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RAM Adjustable Hydraulic Throwout Bearing/Slave Cylinder (11-14 V6)

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    Features & Details

    • Heavy Duty
    • Reliable
    • Enhanced Adjustability
    • Fits 2011-2014 V6's with Ram Clutch Installed
    Reliable. When upgrading to handle more power people will replace their clutch and flywheel, but will often forget to upgrade their stock Hydraulic Throwout Bearing and this can cause serious problems with gear engagement. So upgrade to the new RAM Adjustable Hydraulic Throwout Bearing and Slave Cylinder for reliability.

    Adjustable. RAM designed their Throwout Bearing and Slave Cylinder to be adjustable which allows for a wider range of adjustable movement than that of the stock OEM unit.

    Application. The RAM Adjustable Hydraulic Throwout Bearing and Slave Cylinder is specifically designed for use in the 2011-2014 V6 Mustangs with a Ram Clutch installed.

    Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 2014 Details

    What's in the Box
    • (1) Throwout Bearing/Slave Cylinder
    • (2) Braided hoses
    • (7) Fittings
    • (4) Bolts
    • (1) Stud
    • (2) Zip ties
    Installation Info
    Will it fit my Mustang?
    • V6 - 11, 12, 13, 14

    Fits Manual V6 Mustangs only

    Most Helpful Reviews

    4/5
    reliable

    Don't waste money on replacing pieces you don't need to and don't want to, this is cheap and will do what its meant to.

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    4/5
    2011 Mustang 3.7 MT82 Ram slave cylinder

    March 2016 I installed an Exedy slave cylinder when I installed my ram twin disk clutch, that unit failed within 7 months leaking/spraying clutch fluid and played a part in destroying one of the two friction ...

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    Overall Rating 4 out of 5 stars
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    Overall Rating 4.0

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    • 4/5

      June 18, 2016

      reliable

      Don't waste money on replacing pieces you don't need to and don't want to, this is cheap and will do what its meant to.

      GG

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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    • 4/5

      October 04, 2017

      2011 Mustang 3.7 MT82 Ram slave cylinder

      March 2016 I installed an Exedy slave cylinder when I installed my ram twin disk clutch, that unit failed within 7 months leaking/spraying clutch fluid and played a part in destroying one of the two friction discs of my clutch. Feb 2017 I installed this Ram adjustable slave cylinder along with my rebuilt Ram 9.5 dual disc clutch assembly. It is now October 2017 and I’m happy to report no leaks and has thrived 4 full road course days (HPDE) and a summer of spirited driving. Pedal/clutch feel is really refined, this setup takes less effort than my oem 3.7 clutch setup did and it doesn’t seem to have any bad behaviors even when shifting mid corner. I only have the idle / low rpm rattle twin disc clutches are known for now. The reason I didn’t give it a 5 star review is because the bleeding system line and slave supply braided hose needs some sort of a grommet, Adel clamp, or chaffe protection where the lines exit the transmission. The hoses are attached to the part of the slave that does the actuating (the oem slave has the supply hose fixed at the base) so I’m not 100 comfortable with that part of the design since it risks contact with the pressure plate fingers or chaffing on the transmission hose outlet port with every movement of the pedal. As far as the install it took some figuring out and measuring on where/how to stack the conical spacers to get your travel and preload set right. I managed to get it right the first time but it looks way too easy to do it wrong. I wouldn’t recommend doing this job if your only mechanical background is based around oil changes and light bulbs, the setup and measuring part takes someone with a strong mechanical background and the proper measuring tools.

      Nightmare37

      Year: 2011 Submodel: V6

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