Previously in our SRT4 swap series we showed you the stock 1995 Neons 2.4 motor swap.
Teardown of the Neon dash.
Comparison of the clutch pedal assemblies. SRT4 on the left, Neon on the right. Because the SRT4 transmission is hydraulically operated, and not like the Neon transmission which is cable operated, the exact placement and location of the clutch pedal pivot is crucial. If the clutch pedal angle, or pivot point was off, it would affect the clutch engagement. So, the SRT4 factory clutch pedal assembly was used.
Here we are inside the Neon, looking at the large circular area that the brake booster attaches onto with four bolts. On the left you see a red circle that is the area we need to drill a hole for the clutch master cylinder.