Exedy Clutch Master Cylinder - 1979-83 RX-7 12A
- Production date from 4/79
As your early rotary has gotten older and the miles have increased, it's probably time to consider replacing your clutch master cylinder. With age the internal rubber seals and O-rings will begin to fail, preventing the piston rod from funcition as intended. If you're replacing your clutch disc and have the transmission removed from your rotary, now would be an ideal time to replace both the master cylinder and slave cylinder. These parts are produced today in such mass quantities that the cost to replace each component is extremely resonable.
Since Racing Beat is an Exedy dealer and we buy direct, we offer the Exedy clutch replacement components in our line-up. With so many cheap, overseas replacment parts on the market, we strongly suggest you avoid hassles with an unknown brand and stick with a quality part.
1979 RX-7 (production date from 4/79) note:
Review the above photos to confirm your master cylinder matches these photos. This version of the master cylinder features a brake line attachment port that enters the cylinder body from the top - as opposed to an angle on the pre-4/79 version.
Actual part shown in photos.