A little guide to help in the changing of your hydraulics in a first and second gen, they are a little different than the third gens but from what I've heard swappable if you change your clutch to match the generation.
So park your car on a level surface if possible, set parking brake or chock wheels.
Remove battery and air intake piping and filter box to give you a bit better room, battery tray aswell.
Unbolt the two 13mm nuts from the trans, unclip the clutch pedal from the pushrod.
Now push in and turn the reservoir located on the firewall, under the main harness.
Push and turn on the slave cyl on the trans. Wiggle the line out and around everything. And when your done you'll have one of these laying on the ground!
Now these are a sealed system, unless you are tossing it do not loose all the fluid out of the reservoir and do nut cut or remove any of the lines.
Install in the reverse order and make sure the pushrod on the slave end sits in the clutch fork properly.