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Old 12-28-2018, 10:36 AM
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Default Anyone used one of these Wilwood master cylinder setups?

Has anyone used one of these setups?

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Old 12-28-2018, 10:54 AM
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Yes, they work very well.
Size the cylinder bore to the application, disc/disc, disc/drum, drum/drum etc.
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l have the dual ones on the thiryish, takes few tries to get proper setting on the bias bar and it works great after that. one runs to front, one to the rear, 2 lbs residual brake pressure valve for mine as l have 4 wheel disc.

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l have the dual ones on the thiryish, takes few tries to get proper setting on the bias bar and it works great after that. one runs to front, one to the rear, 2 lbs residual brake pressure valve for mine as l have 4 wheel disc.

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Yes, they work very well.
Size the cylinder bore to the application, disc/disc, disc/drum, drum/drum etc.
I'm running disc/disc what size bores should I use?

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Use 1" on both master cylinders because, the bias is in the adjustable balance bar
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