Originally Posted by elliascool
but are all clutches like that?
All as in all brands or all Hondas?
There are several ways to actuate the clutch.
Older cars and trucks used mechanical linkages, the pedal was connected to a rod that connected to a bell crank, which connected to another rod that actuated the clutch fork.
'79-'04 Mustangs use a cable between the clutch pedal and clutch fork.
'98-'02 Camaros, and Corvettes since the late 90's use a hydraulic throwout bearing. No slave cylinder or clutch fork. Clutch pedal > Master Cylinder> Hydraulic throwout bearing.