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Dual Feed Master Cylinder

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Specs
Centerline of Holes:
3.25
Material Type:
Steel
Overall Height:
5.00
Overall Width:
4.00
Sold in Quantity:
Each
Finish:
Painted
Mounted Length:
7.00
Bore Size:
1.00
Feed:
Dual
Outlet Fitting:
3/8"-24 IFF
Garage Sale:
No
Notes
Includes 3/8"-24 threaded push rod.
Dual Feed Master Cylinder
Dual Feed Master Cylinder
Dual Feed Master Cylinder
Dual Feed Master Cylinder
Dual Feed Master Cylinder

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Reviews

Q & A

What's in the Box

Dual feed master cylinder with 2 bolt flange style mount. Use with Speedway brake pedal assemblies. This cylinder is similar to those used on mid-70's Fords (Mustang, Fairlane/LTD, etc. with disc front/drum rear).

  • Mounting Bolt Holes:  3/8" or 10mm 
  • 7 1/4" long without the pushrod, add 2" for the pushrod
  • 3" wide from the outside of the reservoir to the edge of the outlets
  • Mounting flange is 4" wide
  • Master cylinder is also 3-7/16" tall without a cap
  • Included push rod is threaded 3/8"-24 (fine thread).
  • If you need a yoke for the pedal hook-up, use this Forged Steel Yoke.
  • Push rod boot included.

Uses 3/8"-24 female inverted flare outlets. If plumbing with AN 3 lines, you will need two each of these AN to IFM Adapters.

Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection. 

Notes

  1. Tech Tip: The bigger the master cylinder is, the more fluid you get, but you'll have less pressure at the caliper.
  2. There is no longer a loop on the end of the push rod for this master cylinder. It is now threaded 3/8"-24 (fine) male. If you need a yoke for pedal hook-up, use 910-02973.

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
RATING BREAKDOWN
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Ratman440
Verified Purchaser
Edinburg, ND 58227, USA
Product Rating

GREAT!!

February 03, 2015
i got this with the pedal and bracekt combo for an awsesome price il b looking forward to see how it works!! good quality!
Yes, I recommend this product.
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olddude
Verified Purchaser
conneaut,
Product Rating

it worked for me.

July 28, 2014
it was the same master cylinder that I had, however, I did have to make a new brake line that went to my line lock. The fitting on this cylinder was smaller.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Gary2258
Kenosha, WI, USA
Product Rating

Works great easy to bleed

September 05, 2013
Bleed easy, its much safer and less hassle than trying to rebuild an old piece of junk
Pros:
  • faster than rebuilding and not much more money.
Cons:
  • didn't order it before trying to rebuild an old on
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Rgile
Arizona
Product Rating

dangerous product

August 07, 2012
installed master cylinder and bled the brakes worked for roughly 20 minutes then the piston collapsed and imagine that no brakes at all, good way to get someone killed
No, I would not recommend this product.
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butch
Verified Purchaser
colorado
Product Rating

I would buy the product again

July 04, 2012
I am still building the car I bought this master cylinder for so i hhave tried it yet. I have purchased many parts from Speedway and they have all been top quality and ther service is the beat
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Texas Transplant
Verified Purchaser
Eldorado, Kansas
Product Rating

Great Product for the Bucks

January 05, 2011
I am using the M/C as replacement. The plunger rod received, did not appear to be for the bore size in the primary piston. No problem, used the one I had.
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
  • Lightweight
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Bamabucket
Birmingham, AL
Product Rating

Master Cylinder

July 04, 2010
I used this master cylinder to replace my old one that was defective. I was glad to find one that I could install with no changes for mounting needed.
Pros:
  • Good qaulity
  • Fit perfectly
  • Direct replacement
Yes, I recommend this product.
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chevelle owner
Bakersfield Ca
Product Rating

Some things just dont fit

June 21, 2010
holes did not match up fot the 66 chevelle, I had to drill them oversize. Not a big deal.
Pros:
  • nice product
Yes, I recommend this product.
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BEBuck
Verified Purchaser
Missouri
Product Rating

I would buy this master again

February 26, 2012
I bought 2 of these master cyl, and i'm using them 1 on a dual disc system and 1 on a disc&drum system. They work great on both. thanks
Pros:
  • Decreased Stopping Distance
  • Easy To Install
Yes, I recommend this product.
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bowtiedodge
Verified Purchaser
New Braunfels,TX
Product Rating

stops like a champ

April 17, 2011
I have only drove the car a couple of miles so far, seeing how the car is not finished and legal yet. But the master cylinder works great. best feel ever from manual brakes.
Pros:
  • Easy To Install
  • Decreased Stopping Distance
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Product Q&A

14 questions : 14 answers

THE SPACE IS TIGHT ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE MASTER, DOES THTHIS COME WITH THE LINES ON THE LEFT SIS COME WITH THE LINES ON TE LEFT SIDE(driver side)AS AN OPTION? my application is a 1946 Ford Woodie with stock pedal assembly. Is there a workable MC with the lines on the left? I have disc front and stock drum rear

1 answers
woodiejim
Montana
January 17, 2015

THE SPACE IS TIGHT ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE MASTER, DOES THTHIS COME WITH THE LINES ON THE LEFT SIS COME WITH THE LINES ON TE LEFT SIDE(driver side)AS AN OPTION? my application is a 1946 Ford Woodie with stock pedal assembly. Is there a workable MC with the lines on the left? I have disc front and stock drum rear

Answers

January 19, 2015
EricM
This master cylinder only has the fluid outlets on one side. We do offer master cylinder 91031445 which has outlets on both sides. You simply plug off the unused ports.

check valve Does this MS have a check valve internally? Someone told me if I have it mounted under the floor it may need one. I have drums on all 4 wheels with adjustable proportion valve. thanks I bought this MC from you guys and installed it 2 months ago. Now the pedal went to the floor with no leaks anywhere.. I believe the previous MC was the same model. The rod went all the way thru and got stuck. I couldn't remove it from MC

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Scooterville
Maryland, USA
September 29, 2014

check valve Does this MS have a check valve internally? Someone told me if I have it mounted under the floor it may need one. I have drums on all 4 wheels with adjustable proportion valve. thanks I bought this MC from you guys and installed it 2 months ago. Now the pedal went to the floor with no leaks anywhere.. I believe the previous MC was the same model. The rod went all the way thru and got stuck. I couldn't remove it from MC

Answers

September 29, 2014
EricM
No this does not have a built in check valve (commonly called a residual pressure valve). For your drum brakes you will need two 10 psi residual valves such as 91031347, 91031348, or 8352601876.

what is the travel on the rod? right now the pedal is hitting the floor and seems like theres not enough brake

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lorin
August 26, 2014

what is the travel on the rod? right now the pedal is hitting the floor and seems like theres not enough brake

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August 26, 2014
EricM
With full pedal travel and still insufficient brakes it appears you still have air in the system. You may want to check the master again and bench bleed for air in the cylinder. Once done you can recall the push rod travel and relay to the pedal to see if the rod is adjusted for full stroke. Elevate the rear of the car and bleed the rears and then the same with the front while tapping on the lines with plastic handled screw driver. When correct it should take less than half of the pedal travel.

push rod install how does the push rod install into the master cylinder

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Abbegale
Ontario, Canada
August 17, 2014

push rod install how does the push rod install into the master cylinder

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August 19, 2014
EricM
The pushrod has a ball and snap ring installed on the end. Once pushed into the master cylinder it will engage the piston and the snap ring will collapse, then expand into the snap ring groove locking it in place.

I'm planning a conversion to front discs on my 1949 Chevy pickup. Will this unit work for me?

1 answers
Johnny49
CT
July 22, 2014

I'm planning a conversion to front discs on my 1949 Chevy pickup. Will this unit work for me?

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July 23, 2014
EricM
The snap ring that retains the piston in the cylinder bore is definitely required. The spring plate or star pattern retainer is not required but helps keep the push rod in place. Take the boot off if so equipped and then re install after the push rod is in place. The push rod retainer itself will stay in place if the linkage is adjusted correctly so as not to allow the rod to fall out under severe braking requirements.

If i have disk in front and drum in the rear what reservoir will i have to the disk

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tompa
Sweden
February 09, 2014

If i have disk in front and drum in the rear what reservoir will i have to the disk

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February 10, 2014
EricM
The larger reservoir is always used for the front brakes. On this master cylinder use the port closest to the mount flange for the front brakes and the port furthest from the mount flange for the rear brakes.

what brake fluid is recommended for this master cylinder? i just dont wanna put the wrong fluid in?

1 answers
phone01
Arizona, USA
October 11, 2013

what brake fluid is recommended for this master cylinder? i just dont wanna put the wrong fluid in?

Answers

October 14, 2013
Jason
Speedway recommends the use of DOT 3 or 4 brake fluid with this dual feed master cylinder.

Will this fit a 1947 Ford and be an exact replacement for the stock Master Cylinder? I am in the process of installing disc brakes on my fat-fendered 47 Ford. I want to replace the single feed master cylinder with a double feed. Is this the one I need? Will it fit without any modification and let me use my existing brake pedal? Thank you.

1 answers
dennis7
Lincoln, CA
January 04, 2013

Will this fit a 1947 Ford and be an exact replacement for the stock Master Cylinder? I am in the process of installing disc brakes on my fat-fendered 47 Ford. I want to replace the single feed master cylinder with a double feed. Is this the one I need? Will it fit without any modification and let me use my existing brake pedal? Thank you.

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January 04, 2013
Jason
This master cylinder will NOT be a direct replacement for your 1947 Ford master cylinder. If you currently have the original master cylinder it will have a 3 bolt mounting flange to mount it to the car and this master cylinder from the 70’s is a horizontal 2 bolt mounting. You will need to acquire a 3 to 2 bolt adapter plate available from Sacramento Vintage Ford in order to mount the newer style master cylinder. Bore size is 1” as compared to the original 1 1/16” but this will help with pedal pressure requirement for the disc brake conversion.

can I use this with a four wheel drum set up?

1 answers
Toms
January 02, 2013

can I use this with a four wheel drum set up?

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January 03, 2013
Jason
This master cylinder is 1” bore and will work well with 4 wheel drum brakes. The larger reservoir is plumbed to the front brakes to properly stage the line pressure.

Is this a good replacement on my bucket t, mine is leaking and has a soft pedal action??

1 answers
Mur
Louisville, KY
March 31, 2012

Is this a good replacement on my bucket t, mine is leaking and has a soft pedal action??

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April 02, 2012
John
This master cylinder is commonly used on T buckets including the kits we offer at Speedway Motors. Outlets may vary from what you currently have and require an adapter fitting. Remember the large reservoir always goes to the front brakes and that the piston needs to return all the way to the snap ring in order to get proper functioning brakes. Always bench bleed the master cylinder before installation.
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