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It looks like it is difficult to obtain a pressure system with confrmed Toyota adapter? Also very expensive?
Use a pressure bleeder or suffer. They have a large tank of fluid and the pressure banishes bubbles quickly. With the amount of brake flushes we do for people taking their cars to the track it is a must-have. Especially for mid or rear engine vehicles to bleed the clutch system.
Use a pressure bleeder or suffer. They have a large tank of fluid and the pressure banishes bubbles quickly. With the amount of brake flushes we do for people taking their cars to the track it is a must-have. Especially for mid or rear engine vehicles to bleed the clutch system.
 

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Confusion on part number for Motiv adapter fitting Spyder clutch slave opening. On line the Motiv pdf says use 1118 or 1107. Amazon shows these for GM and NIssan/ Ford. Helpful if proper fitting cap has a part number to specify here. Measurement of clutch master opening OD (on its pointy edge) is 1.9"
 

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A "will of the wisp" and unidentified to the average user. Called Motiv and got no answer in India. Emailed them and given an inquiry number. Online the approaches to sealing the slave master are ....flat seal with orifce...inserted taper....inserted o ring....hinged clamps with annular grooves... Looks like it is risky to buy the starter kit (plastic container with pump) without assurance it can be attached to the slave "cup." Noted are setups $150-$600 with assortments of "adapters," but even these do no specify fitments. Remedies are adapter kits for $160 +. I may just drill a peanut butter jar and dirive it with 10 psi air compression.
 
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