Speedway Dual Feed Brake Master Cylinder, 1 Inch Bore, Disc/Drum
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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.
- Tech Tip: The bigger the master cylinder is, the more fluid you get, but you'll have less pressure at the caliper.
- 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.
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Q & A
Tim talks about brake booster adjustment.
Anytime you purchase a new master cylinder, it's important to remove all the air before installing it. Here is a very helpful video tutorial that will show you how to bench bleed a new master cylinder.
Speedway Motors employee Pat O. talks about the CPP Hydroboost Brake System.
Tim talks about why using a new pedal assembly may be better for your project than the original pedal assembly.