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Old 03-30-2011, 12:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Autozone EM1 CMC!!!

Just throwing it out there that this CMC from Autozone (duralast) will also solve the shifting problems just as good as all the others...and for a crazy expensive $26!!!..Just add Hybrids SS line and your set to go!!!..
I'm using it with Motul brake fluid and and can finally enjoy shifting with no worries!!! Not to mention there Lifetime warranty!!..I'll update with any problems that may arise but im not counting on it!!
I took it apart and compared it to the pics of hybrids EM1 and its identical!!...
Dont mean to steer people away from purchasing Hybrids but just trying to save people some money!!
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Heres the link for the CMC

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/par...er=541722_0_0_

Heres the clutchline everybody needs!!!

http://www.hybrid-racing.com/store/h...1-integra.html

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Old 03-30-2011, 08:35 AM   #2 (permalink)
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sweet, this is great info. ill be doing this swap much sooner now!
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:51 AM   #3 (permalink)
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You guys realize that the "hybrid" one is just an OEM master cylinder from a 96-00 civic right?

It costs more only because it's a genuine 100% OEM part.

They don't manufacture it, they only tell you how to modify it to work.

PS: i don't trust duralast ANYTHING
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:53 AM   #4 (permalink)
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You guys realize that the "hybrid" one is just an OEM master cylinder from a 96-00 civic right?

It costs more only because it's a genuine 100% OEM part.

They don't manufacture it, they only tell you how to modify it to work.

PS: i don't trust duralast ANYTHING
That is sound advice. I'm in the same boat
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yeah but its "built to last!"
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Old 03-30-2011, 09:57 AM   #6 (permalink)
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PS: i don't trust duralast ANYTHING
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Old 03-30-2011, 01:03 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I never said duralast is better....I'm just saying it works!!!
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Old 03-30-2011, 01:07 PM   #8 (permalink)
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You guys realize that the "hybrid" one is just an OEM master cylinder from a 96-00 civic right?

It costs more only because it's a genuine 100% OEM part.

They don't manufacture it, they only tell you how to modify it to work.

PS: i don't trust duralast ANYTHING
I know it's oem...so what! I'm just throwing another solution out there...everybody can spend the money on oem if they prefer!!
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Old 03-30-2011, 01:40 PM   #9 (permalink)
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So "OEM" are the 3 magic letters to quality and reliability - hhhhmmmmm....... So why then are we all scrambling to find the magic replacement solution to the "OEM" CMC that came in our cars????.....

Just says is all
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Old 03-30-2011, 01:55 PM   #10 (permalink)
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So "OEM" are the 3 magic letters to quality and reliability - hhhhmmmmm....... So why then are we all scrambling to find the magic replacement solution to the "OEM" CMC that came in our cars????.....

Just says is all
thats what i wanted to say..lol OEM is where the problem started, but whatever!!..
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well anyways, he found a cheap solution, and they have lifetime warranty...so if the OEM one breaks then it breaks and you gotta buy a new one, if the duralast one breaks you get on for free adn its like 26 bucks...so everyone shut up lol
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That is sound advice. I'm in the same boat
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Guess what i did that you guys pry didnt......POWERSHIFTED!!..
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well anyways, he found a cheap solution, and they have lifetime warranty...so if the OEM one breaks then it breaks and you gotta buy a new one, if the duralast one breaks you get on for free adn its like 26 bucks...so everyone shut up lol
Not to mention places like Krafen Orielly, Autozone and such sell oem replacement parts and also parts that are "higher rated" than oem. dont have to get duralast

List: Clutch Master Cylinder - 2000 Honda Civic | O'Reilly Auto Parts

hmmmm exedy
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Amen to saving money! You will need to when things on these cars are always going wrong hah.

Anyways, great find!!!!
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Amen to saving money! You will need to when things on these cars are always going wrong hah.

Anyways, great find!!!!
lol hondas always breaking?
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Is there a DIY to replace the CMC? and this one doesn't frikkin squeak does it?
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Not to mention places like Krafen Orielly, Autozone and such sell oem replacement parts and also parts that are "higher rated" than oem. dont have to get duralast

List: Clutch Master Cylinder - 2000 Honda Civic | O'Reilly Auto Parts

hmmmm exedy
Exactly take your pick, any of these choices wouldn't bother me none! It was worth the try considering how cheap it is!!

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Amen to saving money! You will need to when things on these cars are always going wrong hah.

Anyways, great find!!!!
This cars been really good to me considering its pushing 90,000 hard driven miles! But thanks!!

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Is there a DIY to replace the CMC? and this one doesn't frikkin squeak does it?
Yea you can use Hybrids DIY, I did!!...Um so far no, i haven't noticed any squeaks but i dont pay attention either!! lol I'll get back to you!!
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The 8th didn't have any diy's listed, but thanks for finding this one.
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Not to mention places like Krafen Orielly, Autozone and such sell oem replacement parts and also parts that are "higher rated" than oem. dont have to get duralast

List: Clutch Master Cylinder - 2000 Honda Civic | O'Reilly Auto Parts

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Is there a DIY to replace the CMC? and this one doesn't frikkin squeak does it?
No squeaks sir!!!
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