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Pbr Slave Cylinder Part Number?


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Does anybody have the box, etc lying around and know the part number for the RB20DET slave cylinder?

I went to repco today, and they were not sure of the exact one, even though they had some close guesses. Anybody know for sure?

I believe its PBR brand.

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PBR don't do one for the R32 as far as I'm aware..

Its another brand..

I replaced mine, slave w around $40, the master cyl was $75 or there abouts. I will try and find the pics I took of the part number(s).

I think I listed the part numbers in an SA thread I made a while back.

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Called the distributor (IBS not PBR), and they pointed me in the direction of a stockist in my area.

IBS-JB4215 was the part number which was compatible with my old one..

http://www.indbrake.com.au/ -- call for distributors in your state.

Cost was $33 ;) Can't beat that for a brand new unit.

You will need to use your existing 'pin' out of the old one, or you should be able to easily find something else suitable.

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Remove the center box while your replacing the master cylinder.

Bend the line from the master cyl back on its self so it connects directly to the rubber slave cyl line.

I found pedal feel to be much better with a ceramic clutch, I am now able to slip it and have more control over fine movements.

Prior it felt I was a blind man. :P

Bleeding is also much easier.

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  • 11 months later...
Called the distributor (IBS not PBR), and they pointed me in the direction of a stockist in my area.

IBS-JB4215 was the part number which was compatible with my old one..

http://www.indbrake.com.au/ -- call for distributors in your state.

Cost was $33 :/ Can't beat that for a brand new unit.

You will need to use your existing 'pin' out of the old one, or you should be able to easily find something else suitable.

Just thought I'd confirm this is the correct part number, I got one today. R32 GTST Slave cylinder...

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Called the distributor (IBS not PBR), and they pointed me in the direction of a stockist in my area.

IBS-JB4215 was the part number which was compatible with my old one..

http://www.indbrake.com.au/ -- call for distributors in your state.

Cost was $33 :( Can't beat that for a brand new unit.

You will need to use your existing 'pin' out of the old one, or you should be able to easily find something else suitable.

Maybe try JB4215 for PBR?? Just a idea??

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