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Old 01-02-2013, 02:53 PM
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But if you know of a place I can find one cheaper please let me know
I got a Lamborghini Diablo clutch slave modified and installed (parts and labor) by Evans Auto for $200. I think the Diablo part is a little more than the Jalpa one. (That is just for the clutch slave part of the job).

Evans specializes in older Lamborghini and have leads, connections and know comparable parts for the cars. I think a brand new replacement clutch slave is around $100 from them.

Besides knowing comparable options on stuff, they also order factory parts with a smaller mark up than the usual sources.

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I got a Lamborghini Diablo clutch slave modified and installed (parts and labor) by Evans Auto for $200. I think the Diablo part is a little more than the Jalpa one. (That is just for the clutch slave part of the job).

Evans specializes in older Lamborghini and have leads, connections and know comparable parts for the cars. I think a brand new replacement clutch slave is around $100 from them.

Besides knowing comparable options on stuff, they also order factory parts with a smaller mark up than the usual sources.
good to know sir, thank you for pointing that out. If my pontiac fiero slave concoction fails, I shall call Mr. Evans.
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An original Jalpa clutch slave costs about $600 because it's an Alfa part which is sleeved (no joke that's what they did in Italy).
If you are patient or knowledgable enough you might find a suiting replacement, since I was able to have mine overhouled I didn't dig further.
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I took the struts apart for cleaning and repainting.

Does anyone know what the color of the springs should be? Black?
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I never saw anything else than black springs.
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Thank you Laust. I found a 15/16" slave with double seals from a Pontiac Fiero (Getrag). Very inexpensive, I will see if it works when it arrives.

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The Fiero slave arrived today, and while its not an exact barrel match, it fits perfect and looks like it should be servicable.

Should anyone else have a 15/16" slave, this is the source at $16.95

Rodney Dickman's Automotive Accessories

Also, i have two extra Raybestos CSK1359 slave kits if anyone wants them, actually not that easy to find.
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Fantastic thread! Keep the great info coming.
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I never saw anything else than black springs.
The rear springs on my Silhouette are green!
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The rear springs on my Silhouette are green!
Silhouette is not Jalpa...

I've seen very early Jalpa's (such with the oil cooler in the front spoiler) as well as younger cars, all had black springs.
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Silhouette is not Jalpa...
Indeed the Silhouette is very different to the Jalpa and I cannot say if these springs are original, but according to my information part number 5213359 Molla sosp. post./S is the same for Jalpa and Silhouette with both cars having the same spring fexibility of 0.218 mm/kg. Perhaps they ran out of green paint.
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