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Old 10-09-2010, 12:52 PM   #1
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I am about to order the Mcleod RXT or RST twin disk clutch setup with the billet flywheel, ive been running the Tick Master cylinder and love it, how is it with these twin disk clutches, any owners or comments, let me know fellas
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I have read they are fine with stock hydrolics, mainly want to know if it will be fine with the Tick master
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I got the original street twin in my car and I like it a lot with the tick master. No issue at all with it. Feels great.................
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RXT and Tick master here. Works like a champ.
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RST with Tick here and zero issues - shifts like butter.
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Sounds good, thanks alot fellas
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RST with Tick here and zero issues - shifts like butter.
I have the same thing sitting in my room. I'm looking forward to installing it. I'm going to be hitting you up with some questions when it comes time.
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How the install go? Can the average gearhead accomplish this install in his garage?
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Im about to order the rst or rxt, why do people replace the master cylinder? i only want to drop my trans once so id like to replace everything needed while i have it apart. I just talked to a Mcleod rep who said stock gm flywheel and mc are fine so why do people replace it? Ive got 452 flywheel tq now with a goal of around 650-700 in the near future. What should i replace while ive got the transmission out?
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stock MC and slave are recommended by McLeod for the RST/RXT. Some chose to replace the slave with a new stock one and also install a "remote bleeder". since this involves pulling the tranny they do it while doing the clutch swap. A larger aftermarket MC is not needed and McLeod advises against using a larger bore MC with this clutch...although some chose to do so.
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How often do people bleed the system? I would think once you bleed the first time you wouldn't need to do it again till you replace the mc again. I just ordered the McLeod rst, tick mc, remote bleeder, new slave and throw out bearing from tick. Hope i got everything i need. Going to try to install it myself next week.
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