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Hydraulic clutch slave cylinder assembly for most Guzzi big twins with 5 speed transmissions. Replace the clutch cable with a hydraulic system of your own design using this slave cylinder. Hydraulic system reduces effort required to operate the clutch.  Design uses two orings on the aluminum piston and two seals on the stainless steel shaft.  Accepts standard metric brake banjo bolt with 1.00 thread pitch. 

Note: This a the slave cylinder only and we do not offer it in a kit.  This slave cylinder requires a hose and fittings, and a hand master cylinder to operate. See the related items shown below.  Depending on the motorcycle that you want to install it on, you will need to determine the length of hose and the type of hose fittings that will best serve your purposes.  The minimum suggested master cylinder bore size is 13mm.  Use only DOT 3 brake fluid.  

Note: The resistance to movement on a new unit is significant, do not be alarmed, it is not a problem for the hydraulic system and it will settle in with use.

Hydraulic clutch slave cylinder assembly for most Guzzi big twins with 5 speed transmissions. Replace the clutch cable with a hydraulic system of your own design using this slave cylinder. Hydraulic system reduces effort required to operate the clutch.  Design uses two orings on the aluminum piston and two seals on the stainless steel shaft.  Accepts standard metric brake banjo bolt with 1.00 thread pitch. Note: This a the slave cylinder only and we do not offer it in a kit.  This slave cylinder requires a hose and fittings, and a hand master cylinder to operate. See the related items shown below.  Depending on the motorcycle that you want to install it on, you will need to determine the length of hose and the type of hose fittings that will best serve your purposes.  The minimum suggested master cylinder bore size is 13mm.  Use only DOT 3 brake fluid.  Note: The resistance to movement on a new unit is significant, do not be alarmed, it is not a problem for the hydraulic system and it will settle in with use.

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