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Old 09-17-2019, 12:14 PM   #16
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Jan-Dirk, total motion of the slave does not change. The pressure created by the larger diameter of the bore pushes harder on the release mechanism in the clutch, but requires less pressure at the clutch lever for lower "feel".
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Old 09-17-2019, 12:25 PM   #17
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Here's a post from SteveR on how easy the slave is to swap out, this is the line only but there are only three more bolts;

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Trying to find I fo on how to replace clutch cable on 05vrsca ...
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I'm assuming you mean the clutch hydraulic fluid line.

There's nothing that complicated except to note where it is routed before removing the old line. This is the procedure (more or less) as shown on page 2-33 of Service Manual (99501-05):

Remove secondary clutch actuator cover and place a catch container below to catch the fluid.
Remove clutch line flare nut fitting from secondary clutch actuator and allow fluid to drain.
Remove banjo bolt from clutch fluid reservoir.
There are three clips on the right side lower frame rail that hold the line in place that need to be removed
Pull the banjo fitting end out through upper triple clamp and pull down along right front down tube below radiator.
Pull the flare nut end out along the lower frame rail and out through the front down tubes.
Reverse this procedure for clutch fluid line installation.
Bleed clutch.

Fastener torque specs:

Banjo bolt: 23 to 31 Nm (17 to 23 ft·lbs)
Clutch line flare nut: 9 to 13 Nm (80 to 115 in·lbs)
Bleeder screw: 9 to 11 Nm (80 to 100 in·lbs)
Reservoir cover screws: 0.7 to 0.9 Nm (6 to 8 in·lbs)
Secondary clutch actuator cover screws: 6 to 10 Nm (53 to 88 in·lbs)
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Old 09-17-2019, 02:09 PM   #18
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Jan-Dirk, total motion of the slave does not change. The pressure created by the larger diameter of the bore pushes harder on the release mechanism in the clutch, but requires less pressure at the clutch lever for lower "feel".
Total motion does not change? I dont think so.
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At any time you increase the slave piston dia while keeping the same master cyl bore, pressure will feel less but clutch disengagement will be less at the same time. Simple hydraulics of input stroke and psi acting on the larger surface area of the slave. However, there might be enough travel to accomplish clutch plate separation with the reduced pressure if plates are not warped etc.
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Old 09-17-2019, 08:51 PM   #20
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I think Don't need to replace the clutch fluid line.
Unless you are upgrading the clutch fluid line.

Just R&R the clutch slave cylinder (2ndry clutch actuator)
R&R the end of the fluid line at the actuator...?
Bleed fill and that's it..

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