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Cable Transmission Question

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by YangpaNemsay, Nov 7, 2004.

  1. YangpaNemsay

    YangpaNemsay Senior Member

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    Which B-Series motors came with a Cable Tranny? I couldn't seem to find it in the tech articles.
     
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    Hellbert Senior Member

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    pre 93 integras. um..... delsols with the b16 came cable i believe. i think after 96 everything went hydro. but im not exactly sure on that one. thats the best i can tell you at the moment
     
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    civicious FüK-VTEC VIP

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    del sols were hydro, just like every other honda made after 1992.


    pre-92 b-series. thats it.
     
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    projectDx Junior Member

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    which is better? hydro or cable?
     
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    Hellbert Senior Member

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    serious? damn i didnt know that i thought it was after 96 everything was hydro. shit...thanks for correcting me tho i dont like spreading wrong info!

    most people would rather have cable clutch because its adjustable. you cant really do much with a hydro tranny as to adjusting its where it comes from the factory and thats about it. cable you can move it all over the place (height wise anyway)
     
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    Slammed90Lude Senior Member

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    yeah but hydraulic clutches are mechanically superior- they result in a more uniform clutch pedal feel :)

    that's why honda updated, because hydraulic clutches are better
     
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    :no: I hate hydrolic clutches. Fuck em, I don't care if they're better, you can't feel shit. ....but thast just my 2 cents. They are mechanically superior, but I will take cable over hyrdo ANY DAY.
     
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    92-93 tegs were cable
     
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    umm no...they made the hydraulic clutch/transmission as a step forward in mechanical engineering..its not necessarily better or worse...



    your upsides about a cable clutch,is that u have more feeling..because u have to apply more ft/lbs to engage and disengage it...meaning that u REALLY have to know your car if its a cable clutch to be able to race it..otherwise your gonna be wasting your time....hydraulic clutches are mainly ran by the fluid..and cable is mainly ran by the cable....and being that u can adjust a cable clutch..u can adjust it so u can be more aggressive with it..hydraulic clutches are a lot easier to engage and disengage,making it better for daily driving...but like i said..hydraulic clutches were made to step forward in engineering...but everyone knows that if u first learn how to drive a stick on a cable tranny..u will be better at a hydro.
     
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