Wilwood Combination Remote Fill Master Cylinder Kit
Oval Track Cars, Firewall/Frame Position, Disc Brake System Type, Single Outlet Count, Natural
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Six different bore sizes and four different installation configurations are available in this master cylinder kit. Precision machined from high strength aluminum, this kit includes both small and large size reservoirs which can be mounted for more convenient service access. Standard mounting bolt hole configurations provide easy applications for racing and off road vehicles, specialty cars, recreation and industrial vehicles.
Bore sizes available include: 5/8", 3/4", 7/8", 13/16", 1", 1-1/8".
- Includes small and large reservoirs which can be direct or remote mounted
- Aluminum cylinder with plastic reservoir tank
- Mounting flange is a vertical pattern on a 2-1/4" on center
- Master cylinder has a single 3/8-24 brake line outlet
- The two side mount holes are 3" from center to center
70174 Instructions (PDF)
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, the more fluid you get...But you'll have less pressure at the caliper.
- .625" = 5/8"
- .750" = 3/4"
- .875" = 7/8"
- .8125" = 13/16"
- 1.00" = 1"
- 1.125" = 1-1/8"
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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.
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