Wilwood 260-14790 Compact Remote Side Mount Master Cylinder
Universal Fit, Single Outlet Count, Remote Reservoir Type, 15/16 Inch Master Cylinder Bore Size
Wilwood’s Compact Combination Master Cylinders have been designed for limited space applications requiring the output capacity of a full size master cylinder. The ultra short 3.37”compact body provides 2.16” of additional clearance between the mounting flange and the fluid outlet. A full 1.12” of piston stroke meets or exceeds the stroke capacity of most full size cylinders. With 1/8” NPT fluid outlet port located at the top radius of the cylinder bore, reduces the chances for trapped air. Enhanced fluid inlet port allows mounting of the standard reservoir included in kit and also contain 11/16-20 internal threads for custom reservoir arrangements. The black E-Coated aluminum body resists corrosion and maintains a durable long lasting finish.
- Side Mount
- Bore Size: 15/16"
- Stroke: 1.12
- Single Outlet Master Cylinder
- Reservoir Size 10 Ounces
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