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GT 3.2 clutch master and slave cylinders

I'm considering changing both the master and slave cylinders on my GT 3.2 clutch to see if I can improve the clutch, which is currently unacceptably stiff.

Can anyone who has done this job give me a rough idea of how long it is likely to take?

My understanding is that the slave cylinder is relatively easy to change - remove battery, tray, slave cyilnder circlip and hydraulic pipe, then fit new cylinder and bleed. I'm guessing 1 hour?

But I have no idea what is involved with the master cylinder. Can anyone give me arough idea?

Many thanks.
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Slave is simple enough, and TBH I'd start with just that one...

While you're in there pop the arm off and lube up the bearings on the release fork..

How-to guide here:

For an extra 10-15 mins at most on top of the slave cylinder job it's 100% worth doing!
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