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cable to full hydro conversion

Discussion in 'HYBRID -> ED-EF / DA' started by SlammdSVT, Aug 6, 2008.

  1. SlammdSVT

    SlammdSVT New Member

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    Tried searching but couldnt really find this answer basically have a 91 si with a b16a in it and want to put my hydro tranny in. now i have a eg parts car.. cani jsut use all the clutch parts off that and do a full hydro conversion or will it not work.. and will it all just bolt up if it does
     
  2. caboose

    caboose USDM to the bone

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    I don't know if it would all bolt up, but If you swap over all of the components it will work.

    Most likely will have to run your own line though
     
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    b20crx New Member

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    i agree. it should work, i also doubt it will bolt up but thats nothing a blue tipped wrench couldn't fix.
     
  4. prpprimo

    prpprimo Hondaholic

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    slammedVST..isnt vst a ford??? anyway..hasport sells a kit. I was thinking of doing exactly what your thinking of doing and I also have an eg parts car...what a kwinky..anyway what turned me away was the fact that the two clutch pedals(eg & ef) are engineered differently and there is no room behind the strut mount to mount/fab the hydro clutch pedal push rod asembly. Study both cars clutch systems and you will see. I stole a photo from a fellow ef enthusiast. It is the setup that hasport sells. Its pricy. I just went with a 5 speed crx tranny. Many have said the gearing is sweet in those. I will soon find out for myself. :eek:
     

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