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Hydraulic clutch

A customer of mine is in the process of building a RCR 917 Lemans Porsche replica. It has a Porsche flat 6 engine with a 930 Turbo Porsche transmission which has been "flipped".
They have requested a hydraulic clutch conversion. I thought that given the amount of uses the Porsche transmissions have, there may already be something on the market, or someone else may already know of the components required. Or maybe even a later model Porsche unit might be able to retro fitted, if they are hydraulically actuated, rather than a cable.
Unfortunately I'm not to familiar with Porsches.

Any suggestions?

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G50 trans uses a hydraulic clutch.
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I can put you in touch with someone that has a G50/50 with the shortend bell housing if you need.
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Thankyou gentleman.

I shall follow up that link
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This is done all the time in the off-road and kit car markets. The 915 transaxle is commonly used, the "little brother" to the 930 4-speed. A "pull" slave cylinder is used, and there are lots of options available.
Google search "hydraulic pull slave cylinder" will get you everything you need -- cylinders from Wilwood, CNC, Speedway, etc.
General write up:
How to Set up a Hydraulic Clutch
Making a bracket to mount off the gearbox will be easy.
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