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Clutch pedal goes to the floor.

Has had new master and slave cyldinder fitted. Has been bled 3 / 4 times and only lasts about 20 miles before clutch pedal drops again.

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You shouldn't br having those issue, its seem you done everything correctly, I would take that new master out and replace it with another new one, hope you still have the reciept. I've seen and have brought many manufacture default many of time because it has been setting on their shelves for long time. if that dont fix the issue check your line it may have small leak somewhere between the master to slave.

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Hydraulic clutch? something is leaking in the bell housing

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