Mazda OEM Clutch Slave Cylinder Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013 -

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Mazda OEM Clutch Slave Cylinder Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013

MSRP: $179.85
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Mazda OEM Genuine Part.  This is the clutch slave cylinder for all Mazdaspeed 3 2007-2013.

Mazdaspeed 3
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15 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Matt b on Aug 31st 2020

    works as it should. Act 6 puck caused my slave to blow out so i bought a new one, which i had overnighted. Got it the next day early morning. And the pedal felt amazing after install

  • 5
    Perfect Fit, Easy Install

    Posted by Robbie LaNasa on Nov 22nd 2019

    2012 Speed 3 - 88k Hardest part was removing the under-tray and brake fluid line lol. Took 45 minutes for install and line flush. Fit perfectly. No issues

  • 5
    2007 mazdaspeed 3

    Posted by Unknown on Sep 21st 2019

    fit perfectly, install took less than 10 minutes.

  • 5
    Oem sweetness

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 15th 2019

    It's a slave ... Works like it should. Great place to shop. OEM Mazda part. .

  • 5
    2009 Mazdaspeed3

    Posted by Sikauto on Mar 27th 2018

    Slave cylinder was awesome. Did switch the clucth for a ACT and the extra pressure made the cylinder in the slave come out from housing . Replace with this one and worked perfect. Perfect fit and excellent quality.

  • 4

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 5th 2017

    It's oem and it works. Mine was stamped 17 so it was made this year.

  • 5
    Can't go wrong

    Posted by E. Tate on May 15th 2017

    Quick and easy installation perfect match thanks edgeautosports bought this and hydrolic line together paired like charm

  • 5
    Can't go wrong

    Posted by E. Tate on May 15th 2017

    Quick and easy installation perfect match thanks edgeautosports bought this and slave cylinder together paired like charm

  • 5
    Hydraulic line incompatibility

    Posted by Xander on Apr 19th 2017

    It's worth noting, along with some of the reviews below, that the slave cylinder has undergone revisions and, as such, so has the fitting on the hydraulic line. On older models, such as mine, you may find that the cone seal of the hydraulic line is incompatible with the new revision. Two options are to either purchase the revised hydraulic line (because you can't just purchase the cone seal) or modify the current one.

  • 5
    Good oem part

    Posted by Unknown on Apr 13th 2017

    Part fit with no issues. I don't know what the other reviews were referring to. Inside the port there is a tiny cylinder shaped o ring. There's also one on the hose that goes into it. The new part came and had one inside just like the old. Very easy install.

  • 3
    Seal Issue

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 25th 2017

    The part where the pipe seal connects has slave seal is not the same fix as the old slave from the old slave. the bottom 2 come with the new part however you have to take the top seal out of the old cylinder and put it in the new one. You have take the old seal or oring (whatever it is) out and put in over the pipe seal and push it in. Some have issues with it. You might have the cut 1/4 of the old seal of for it fit. If you don't change the seal, which you try to bleed the clutch, it shoots fluid all over your face, fan and more.

  • 5
    Awesome parts

    Posted by Speed Solutions LLC on Feb 5th 2017

    Great parts fast shipping