Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit for 1965-1966 Mustangs with a T5 or TKO Transmission.Hydraulic clutch kits are a great upgrade over the original style clutch linkages and even clutch cable conversions. A hydraulic clutch setup reduces pedal effort while increasing pedal feel. They also offer more header clearance, you don't have to worry about a clutch cable burning through on headers.
To get the proper pedal pressure and stroke the cylinder needed to be raised higher then the stock clutch rod linkage hole. Interference issues prevents this in many cars. Secondly, if the cylinder was mounted through the existing clutch rod hole, the pedal pressure was excessive.
The cylinder in this newly designed system is resized and optimized for this use. It's small size insures it will fit in the majority of applications. Mechanical linkage was added which makes it possible to use the clutch rod hole and provides mechanical advantage, thus reducing the pedal pressure required to operate the clutch.
-Hydraulic clutch master cylinder with remote fluid reservoir
-Hydraulic external slave cylinder with 30" steel braided line
*This will only work with late model bellhousings, like a T5 or TKO bellhousing. This will not work with early model bellhousings.
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Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit T5/TKO 1965-1966 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by MountainMustang from Fantastic! I installed this to replace a cable clutch setup due to header clearance issues. Not only do I not have to worry about melting the clutch cable now, but the pedal feel is significantly better!
Date published: 2015-08-19
I have this item installed and working for the last four years. I'm having issues now with the loss of peddle during frequent shifting. I believe the master cylinder needs to be rebuilt. Do you sale a rebuild kit for this item?
We do not have a rebuild kit.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Because the master placement indicates the usage of the existing clutch location hole (firewall) will the unit work with power brakes?
Its a tight fit but can work.
Date published: 2016-12-09
I have a 1965 mustang with a Hi Po 289 and a T5 transmission installed with stock shift linkage. How do I tell which bell housing I have?
There should be some identifying marks on it.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Does this kit work with standard bearing or do i need hydraulic one?
This works with the standard bearing.
Date published: 2016-04-14
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