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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-19-2016, 08:54 PM Thread Starter
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To those who had S2K CMC replacement

What is the best way to replace the hardline from the CMC to the firewall?
The S2K CMC is connecting at the right side, versus the OEM which connected from the top...
It was quite difficult to disconnect the OEM hardline to begin with, even if i bent my own line, it'd be hard to fit it back to the stock location...

Any of your expert input would be appreciated. Thanks!

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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-19-2016, 10:00 PM
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What is the best way to replace the hardline from the CMC to the firewall?
The S2K CMC is connecting at the right side, versus the OEM which connected from the top...
It was quite difficult to disconnect the OEM hardline to begin with, even if i bent my own line, it'd be hard to fit it back to the stock location...

Any of your expert input would be appreciated. Thanks!
I would contact Josh @luck4rmkc at Finishing Lines. Im sure he can make a line for you to go straight from the CMC to the slave cylinder.
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Like stated above. I'm using tuck clutch line all the way to the slave. You got the adapter plate as well?
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I'm using the braided line from Finishing Lines. The new CMC is nice, made the clutch pedal just a little heavier which is my personal preference. I've used an 'ebay' braided clutch line and had it split in the middle of a weekend trip so weight your options when buying.
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Guys, I have the CMC and the spacer, but I barely got any thread inside. Is it normal? I can thread it maybe 2-5mm.
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