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Old 11-29-2015, 11:13 PM   #1
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RSX Type S - blew clutch master cylinder

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the other day I was just driving and hit a red light. The moment it turned green I stepped on the clutch and I heard a big pop and my clutch then turned weightless. Checked my CMC and it seems to be missing a bolt (attached a pic). Anyways I searched some stuff up on google and found some info that apparently the triangular design for the CMC is prone to failure, especially if you're running an aftermarket clutch (which I am). Would replacing the bolt and bleeding it out fix it, or is the whole CMC toast?
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Old 11-29-2015, 11:17 PM   #2
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Yes, its a common problem with the type S. Get the Em2 CMC.
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are the threads stripped out ? or did the firewall give out , can you use a bolt with a lock nut and washers to re-secure the CMC?
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Don't bother thinking about fixing the cmc you have now.
Buy the em2 cmc, it's an upgrade.
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kk gonna decide to just pick up an em2 cmc.
got a place come back to me saying that they can get a sachs branded one for 80 bucks. never heard of them, anyone got insight about sachs? or should i pick up an oem honda one?
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