Wilwood 261-14252-BK Remote Tandem Master Cylinder Kit, 1-1/8 In
Universal Fit, Firewall/Frame Position, Disc Brake System Type, Tandem Outlet Count, Black
Wilwood has packaged the new Remote Tandem Chamber Master Cylinder with the Combination Proportioning Valve, mounting bracket, fluid tubes and mounting hardware in a kit. Wilwood's Tandem Master Cylinder represents the latest in refinements in brake pressure actuation and fluid control. The combination proportioning valve substantially simplifies wiring and brake proportioning adjustments on vehicles with custom brake systems. The combination block maintains full isolation between front and rear fluid circuits and is specifically designed to accompany the Tandem Chamber Master Cylinder. The combo valve and bracket are black E-coated for a performance look and long lasting durability.
Stainless steel fluid tubes are precision bent with preinstalled stainless tube nuts for a simple bolt-on installation between the Combination Proportioning Valve and the Wilwood Tandem Master Cylinder. Stainless steel button head fasteners thread into the bracket for a simple installation and years of durable, rust-free performance. Simply connect the fluid lines, bleed the system, and you're finished.
- 1-1/8" bore size
- Black E-Coat Finish
- Sold as a kit
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