Wilwood 260-4893 Tandem Master Cylinder, 1-1/16 Inch Bore
Universal Fit, Firewall Position, Disc Brake System Type, Tandem Outlet Count, Anodized, Black
Made from durable lightweight aluminum with a large capacity plastic reservoir and dual outlet bores, this Chrysler-style master cylinder utilizes standard O.E.M. internal components. Standard factory mounting bolt holes can be adapted to racing pedal assemblies with an optional mounting adapter bracket 250-3677. This lightweight (2.5 lbs.) reliable master cylinder is used for drag racing, late model stock cars, street rod and off road applications.
Has a 1-1/16" bore with 9/16"-20 inverted flare and 1/2"-20 inverted flare outlets. Included are two 3/16" brake line fittings that will require you to cut and reflare your brake line.
Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)
Learn more about selecting the proper master cylinder for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Mount bolt center to center spacing is 3.20"
- Length (mount surface to end of MC) is 8.14"
- Width (reservoir) is 3.61"
- Overall height is 4.83"
- 1-1/16" bore
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