Continuing from the previous post 's2000 master clutch cylinder prep' which I had prepare the master clutch cylinder for the installation without the need for the spacer.
For the original master clutch cylinder, the fluid line enters from the top and the fitting/thread is 10mm x 1.0 Inverted flare
1) -3 AN Female to 10mm / 3/8 Banjo 32" 3/16 or AN3 steel braided hose.
2) -3 AN to 10mm x 1.0 adapter for inverted flare (Take note of the requirement for inverted flare)
3) Steel Banjo Bolt with 10mm x 1.0 thread. Includes Crush Washers. - 0.425 inch height
The picture shows the banjo fitting on the master brake cylinder which is the same for the master clutch cylinder.
The picture shows the -3 AN to 10mm x 1.0 adapter fitting on the master brake cylinder which is the same for the slave clutch cylinder.
I used 32" of braided line, keeping the line as short as possible while allow some movement of the engine. This is for a right hand drive car, for left hand drive it would be much longer.
As the original line are mostly hard lines which will mean that there is minimum line expansion. Although the steel braided hose is used here, but line expansion will still occurs when the clutch is depressed. Therefore, longer the line = more line expansion. So do keep the braided line as short as possible.
For the length I used for my braided line, the clutch feels, engage and disengage well.