Can be bolted directly to Wilwood single mount pedals, The reservoirs can be either remote or master cylinder mounted, Offers 50/50 front/rear brake output from a 1.00" bore with 1.10" stroke, Ideal for Wildwood's Bolt-On-Disc Brake Kit systems configured from OE components, Features a lightweight and easily adapted master cylinder provides single pushrod activation of two separate brake fluid circuits. Tandem remote master cylinders provide one of the safest ways to actuate four wheel or dual caliper axle brake systems. This versatile, lightweight and easily adapted master cylinder provides single pushrod activation of two separate brake fluid circuits. By completely isolating the fluid reservoirs and circuits, the front and rear brakes are able to operate independently of each other and provide a safety net should any one side of the system become inoperable. Can be bolted directly to Wilwood single mount pedals.50/50 front/rear brake output from a 1.00" bore with 1.10" stroke. Great match for Wilwood's Bolt-On-Disc Brake Kit systems configured from OE components.
Reservoirs can be either remote or master cylinder mounted. Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Great upgrade for old single master cylinder systems.
By Oliver on February 02, 2017. I used this item to upgrade the brakes on a 1946 Willys cj2a. The installation was really simple. I mounted the master cylinder to a 3" x 4" x1/4 thick plate.
The plate was then welded to the mount on the frame where the old master had been. I used the support that connected the brake pedal pivot to the old master cylinder by simply shortening it up and bending it 90° then bolting it to the new mount. The remote reservoirs were mounted on the firewall above the master cylinder. This unit came with 10lb residual valves for both front and rear brakes.They are simple to remove before the brake lines are hooked up. My Jeep has discs in front and drums in the rear so I took both residual valves out because I already had a 10lb residual valve in the rear brake line, I installed a 2lb residual valve in the front brake line. The original Jeep pushrod works fine by simply grinding the knob off of the end, it is also adjustable. Works great to upgrade an old system. Yes, I recommend this product.
This product I using on a 1930 model and works fantastic. By Fast on January 27, 2017. Installed on 31 model lay with remote tanks works great. Master cylinder for tiny space. By dandit on January 14, 2016.
This master cyl saved my 32 Ford roadster--it had to fit a very confined space and works perfectly. By Racing Strong Motorsports on January 13, 2016. Crashed when we lost brakes in the race car using a single reservoir master cylinder. This is a good product separating front and rear brake systems to help allow the car to stop if there is a catastrophic failure in the brake system.
I needed a firewall adapter to make it fit to the Toyota MR2, but this was easy to make with plate aluminum/steel. By Fabman on May 21, 2010. Very basic, effective, inexpensive, and easy to install. Wish plugs for the bleeders were included. Related Items / Suggested Parts.
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