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Old 26-Oct-2005, 04:58 PM
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Omni Power Quickutch (cutch master cylinder)

Just ordered the Omni Power quicklutch which is like a short shifter for the clutch shortening clutch pedal tavel like 50% but...

what brake fluid would i use in this. the new seals are compatible with all brake fluids, but would any one in particular benefit this?
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i would say DOT 3
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Re: Omni Power Quickutch (cutch master cylinder)

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Just ordered the Omni Power quicklutch which is like a short shifter for the clutch shortening clutch pedal tavel like 50% but...

what brake fluid would i use in this. the new seals are compatible with all brake fluids, but would any one in particular benefit this?
i hope you read up on it before you purchased it because there were numerous problems with it when they brought it out first but hopefully they fixed all the problems by now.
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the original design had a seal flaw that was only compatible with some fluids...the new seal is compatible with all. The one i ordered is the new one verified by Omni, i called omni and they told me the ebay seller authorized to sell their products on ebay (same one i was considering) and assured me they have all the old ones from companies. the ebay seller (a company called IAPdirect) also verified its the new one.
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Nice man! Should cut your clutch travel drastically.
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how much was it
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Matt, $179usd + $9.95usd S&H + $3usd insurance = $191.95usd which is $225cdn total shipped within the USA. I have relatives coming up here from NY in 2 weeks, they are bringing it up then, scott is installing it for me.

ebay item# 8009181783
there is a review of it on H-T too, http://honda-tech.com/zerothread?id=1411146

http://www.omnipowerusa.com/Products...r_Cylinder.asp

only available for 92-95, 96-00 civic and 04-01 integra

i'll post a review after i've driven it for a bit, so late Nov
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