Speedway Dual Feed Brake Master Cylinder, 1 Inch Bore, Disc/Drum
Universal Fit, Firewall Position, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Tandem Outlet Count, Natural
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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
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.
Tim talks about brake booster adjustment.
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.
After getting the control arms and drop spindles installed last time, we are dying to see what it looks like on the ground. Today we are working with the Speedway Deluxe Disc Brake Kit. Josh and Joe are on a roll!
In this Tech Tip, John makes a few suggestions for a customer looking to update the braking system on his ’51 Deluxe.