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Post  polley on 10/05/12, 08:21 am

hi all, im running twin 40 dellortos on my swift and have problems with clearence between the servo.
I want to remove the servo all together and change to an early master cylinder. Ive heard an 80s civic master cylinder is a pretty straight forward swap. Has anyone done this or are there any others that fit without to much modifictation?
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Post  dominator on 10/05/12, 10:28 am

Iv got the same problem with my itbs, I was going to use a full filter and backing plate with plenum
Now im just going to use socks for each vstack and try to make something round them to get cold air in there

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Post  polley on 10/05/12, 10:57 pm

yea not a lot of room there, already had to relocate the vacuum pipe. i only have room for the shortest ram pipe and can just about get a gauze filter on the end. Not much good really so going to try and find a master cylinder i think.

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Post  Nitro on 11/05/12, 09:05 am

Polley let us no how you get on, i can see im goin to be having the same problem with my itb's aswell as i got a massive pipercross filter.
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Post  polley on 12/05/12, 08:10 pm

Ok will do, on the hunt for a master cylinder at the mo. Theres a bit on teamswift about using a honda one. Some modification to the bulkhead may be needed as well! Going to have a look on redline for any more info now ...

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Post  dominator on 13/05/12, 09:39 am

If you need any adaptor plates made up gimme a shout, I might be able to sort somthing out

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Post  ben-jdm on 09/02/14, 11:38 am

Did you find any joy with this??

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Post  polley on 24/02/14, 01:22 pm

Sorry for the late reply on this ive been down under for the past 12 months. Ok so ive decided to get rid of the twin 40s and swap to bike carbs now instead so i dont have to butcher the bulk head. I will be removing the brake servo all together and fitting a pedal box with twin master cylinders as my car is not going back on the road again. Ill post some pics when ive got it all fitted : )
Anyone with a set of ITBs, bike carbs and or manifold for sale drop me a pm!

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