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  • Cable to hydro Transmission.

    So I'm about to put a hydro B16 transmission in my 91 Teg. I've looked up different wasy of doing it. My question is have any of you done it. What in your opinion is the best way to do it? The easiest, quickest way?

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    Get the hyrdro kit and cable to hydro mount and your set to go bro

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    • #3
      Originally posted by rhd-germzs View Post
      Get the hyrdro kit and cable to hydro mount and your set to go bro
      Yup. That's what I did. But get the hasport kit. I got the innovative kit and the clutch is harder then the hasport one.

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      • #4
        Forget all that hasport junk and cable adapters that don't work for shit. If it's a hydro tranny then you need to go hydro. Get the new v2 hush kit by hush22 that just cam out at face book (that's were he sell them at) that will keep your tranny hydro and won't have to worry about using a cable actuacted adapter that all it does is put loads of stress on you tranny because it's trying to do the force that normally it would take a master cylinder to send fluid to a slave cylinder to get the clutch to engage and by eleminating all of that to just a cable operated system would make it very hard for that tranny to do it's job correctly every single time it depends on the clutch to be engaged. Does that make sence ? Look up hush22 cable to hydro in google for testimonies, but you'll be glad you did plus it keeps everything simple and tucked away and you'll be done with your problems.

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