Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit for 1967-1970 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 1967-1970 is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by finnstangg from The best!!! Easy to install,works perfect.Remember to install a ball bearing kit to clutch pedal support (ex. Mustang Steve)for best operation.
Date published: 2016-04-24
Hi - I've got a 69 coupe with a 4.6 DOHC/TR 3650 (out of a '03 Mach 1). It would appear this could fit the firewall/clutch pedal - but I am unsure if the slave cylinder will mount/fit. Do you know if this (or another product would do the trick?
There isn't a specific kit for the year and transmission you are using, you may have to use a cable conversion kit or a combination of parts from various hydraulic kits and hope they work together. For example this kit minus the slave cylinder and a Mcleod slave cylinder for the 3650.
Date published: 2016-08-25
I'm looking for Hydraulic Clutch Conversion Kit for 1967 Mustang with Toploader and 1-1/16" x 10 input shaft.
We do not offer a hydraulic clutch conversion for your application.
Date published: 2016-06-02
Will this fit or does anyone know of a hydraulic clutch conversion kit for a 1973 with a top loader 4 speed? Can't seem to find one anywhere
This will not work, I do not know of a hydraulic conversion for your application.
Date published: 2016-05-31
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By Bill Tumas: We're here with a hydraulic clutch conversion kit from Modern Driveline. This particular kit is for your '67-'70 Mustang, but we offer a kit for '65-'66, as well. It includes everything needed to convert over to hydraulics from your factory mechanical linkage. That includes the master cylinder, reservoir, brackets, and the slave cylinder. The master cylinder is available in kit form with the slave cylinder, or it can be purchased individually if you want to use a hydraulic throw-out bearing. It includes the master cylinder itself, brackets to mount in the stock location on the firewall, brackets for your pedal assembly, and remote reservoir. The slave cylinder comes with a bracket to install to your late model T5 or late model TKO bell housing. If you're going with a blow-proof such as a Quick Time, there's brackets available for the T5 and TKO, as well. They also have brackets coming out for T45, 3650, and '94-'95 T5, as well. The Modern Driveline hydraulic clutch conversions typically are going to have a little bit of a lighter pedal than an equivalent mechanical or cable clutch system. It's an excellent choice for a T5 swap in your early Mustang.