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Old 05-29-2021, 01:07 PM
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Question Clutch slave cylinder for CSX 4000 car.

My car isn't here now so I need some help Anyone know the parts # or where to get one ?

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Old 05-29-2021, 02:01 PM
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Use search. This exact topic was discussed just a few weeks ago.
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don't see it. anyone else for a CSX 4000 car ??
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Master Cylinder Leaking in Foot Box

Both cnc and afco are no longer available. Call shelby American ask forvtony in the cobra shop if he's still there and ask them what they are using these days
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That discussion was not about a clutch slave that I remember.
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That discussion was not about a clutch slave that I remember.
Check my post on the other topic for part numbers. They are the same just different diameters. If I recall the difference was whether there was a HTOB (Hydraulic Throw Out Bearing) or the Mike Forte external slave kit. So Forte might also be a source for a slave.
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The confusion is the OP asked about a CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER. Your response was to add a link to a discussion about a MASTER CYLINDER LEAKING IN FOOTBOX. Is there anything in that link regarding a CSC?
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The confusion is the OP asked about a CLUTCH SLAVE CYLINDER. Your response was to add a link to a discussion about a MASTER CYLINDER LEAKING IN FOOTBOX. Is there anything in that link regarding a CSC?
They all use the same cylinder. Per the other topic. They may vary in diameter though. I recall mine was a 3/4 master and 7/8 slave. But that was a long time ago.. And it changed when I went to Forte's kit although I still think it was a CNC (or similar).

Come to think of it... The roller comes with the brake and clutch master cylinders. But the power train, and thus the clutch, is added by the owner/builder, and may not even be any of these. My car was built by HST (power train installed for Mexico) and since they used the AFCO/CNC part that is what they used on the clutch. Others may use something else... Can the OP identify a manufacturer/part?
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