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Join Date: Feb 2006
the slaves are pretty easy to come by, have seen them online at any number of places (EB Spare, Alfaholics, AlternativeAuto to name a few).
Not sure on twinny's.
On the V6, remove the airbox and associated hose work, but it's still pretty cramped down there.
Remove the plastic guard on the inside of the wheel well.
Suspect that it's simplest to remove the metal work which mounts the slave and the damper as a unit. This has three bolts, easiest to get to with long extension bar and socket.
Remove the big circlip holding in the slave cylinder in place.
Then disconnect both ends of the metal hydraulic pipe connecting the slave to the damper.
Have a rubber bung ready to stick in the damper hole to reduce the volume of fluid lost.
Give it a wriggle and its out.
Bleeding is simple, there is a bleed nipple on the rear of the unit. Process is similar to bleeding brakes.