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350Z Z33 G35 Wilwood Clutch Master Cylinder Adapter for LS Swap

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When doing an engine conversion and wanting to change the bore size of your master cylinder or simply wanting to upgrade your clutch master cylinder to a Wilwood option, you will find the PCD is not the same as the OEM Z33 unit. 

The GKTECH Wilwood master cylinder adapter simply allows you to do so while taking up as little room as possible. This listing does not include the master cylinder.

This custom adapter that we have made comes with countersunk allen key bolts and a custom clevis to suit your desired master cylinder.

Vehicle Compatibility: 
- Nissan Z33 350z
- Infiniti G35


Will this fit my car?The adapter plate is made to suit both 350Z and G chassis' as do the Wilwood master cylinders with our clevis.What's the advantage of using the Gktech master cylinder adapter?This part allows you to bolt up the trusted Wilwood clutch master cylinders, when doing a conversion or want to upgrade your existing one.What modifications are required, is this hard to fit?No modifications are required, this is a direct fit.Is there anything else needed for installation?You will need to ensure you use the correct lines which we do sell as an option, but in terms of the plate itself will arrive as shown in the product photo.Can I install this myself? If so how long will installation take?Yes, the plate is very easy to install. Simply fit the plate and the clutch master. Then you will need to top up the clutch fluid and bleed the clutch system.

More Information

Bullet Point 1 One stop solution for LS swapped 350Z/G35
Bullet Point 2 Allows increased clutch master cylinder bore displacement for T56 or aftermarket slave
Manufacturer Part Number Z33X-CHMS
Weight 2.000000
ICT Manufacturer GK Tech
United States China
Length Inches 6.5
Width Inches 3.5
Height Inches 2.5
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