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post #29 of 301 (permalink) Old 08-11-2007, 09:28 AM
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question about the s2k master cylinder ( probably was answered but it might not have been cleared to me) why this mc and now the integra mc?
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question about the s2k master cylinder ( probably was answered but it might not have been cleared to me) why this mc and now the integra mc?
Its supposed to have shorter pedal travel.
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well thanks for being the first to do this. i'll be watching and learning from you because i also need to replace my clutch master cylinder and this s2k might be a good oem performance upgrade. i'll probably buy the braided clutch line as well that way i won't have to reflare and be afraid of messing it up.
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Wow! great thread and way to keep up on the pictures. I also have my type r trans apart right now and am swapping a 5th gear. I had to pay that 150 you were talking about to replace the synchro sleeve set because I had a bad 5th gear grind. I didnt know that you could just drop the countershaft on a block of wood to get the gears off so I just dropped it off at AAMCO transmissions this morning to have the 5th pulled off and the new one pressed on.

Good luck on the rest of your rebuild and keep us updated!

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Good luck on the rest of your rebuild and keep us updated!

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No problem. I'm on hold now waiting for 3-5 carbon coated synchros to arrive.
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hey what did you do with you transmission lines that run to the radiator? are you still using them?
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hey what did you do with you transmission lines that run to the radiator? are you still using them?
The auto is still in, so the lines are too.

They will be removed when the 5-speed goes in.
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you should adapt the radiator lines for a built in oil cooler! i would but mine probally realy dirty cause ive had them open since i swapped the gsr motor in
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Opening and Diagnosing the Transmission:

To begin, I first drained the transmission outside and proceeded to carry the transmission to my spare room. A comfortable work environment is a MUST: (no I'm not married)

So I'm not the only one who at times has more car parts/tools in the house than I'd care to admit. With your set up, some beer, coffee, and computer for posting to TI, there really isn't any need for crap like a television.

Nice write up and please post as many pics as possible.
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post whore. when do you want your conversion mount biznitch?
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Looking good Casey. I want to have a look at those carbon lined synchros before you slap it back together.

Needs more LSD.

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Looking good Casey. I want to have a look at those carbon lined synchros before you slap it back together.

Needs more LSD.

as do i. may need to pick up a set over the winter along with an lsd.
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Im suprised no one has asked this: Does it look like you could put the gsr style synchro in a ls tranny?
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Awesome Casey! My friend and I were always afraid to tackle a tranny, we would bring it to this shop that my buddy knows one of the guys and he would do things like that for 60'ish bucks.. :-)

I still want to do this just to have the know how! Keep it up!

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