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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Jan 18th, 09, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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questions about replacing master cylinder

I am replacing my stock master cylinder on a 70 rs with a wilwood 7/8 master to match the 4 piston dynalite calipers. The stock master has a line out of the master to the brass prop valve and then to a check valve and then back to the brass prop valve and out to the brakes. The front goes from the master to a round iron prop valve and then to the brass prop valve and out to the brakes. when I replace the master should I use all the prop valve and check valves from the stock master or can I get rid of some of these components.
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Re: questions about replacing master cylinder

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I am replacing my stock master cylinder on a 70 rs with a wilwood 7/8 master to match the 4 piston dynalite calipers. The stock master has a line out of the master to the brass prop valve and then to a check valve and then back to the brass prop valve and out to the brakes. The front goes from the master to a round iron prop valve and then to the brass prop valve and out to the brakes. when I replace the master should I use all the prop valve and check valves from the stock master or can I get rid of some of these components.
Mike, I would give Dean a call at hotrodsusa to be 100% sure what you need.....My set up was a bit different on my 69 as I did not want to use the Wilwood master cylinder...

http://www.hotrodsusa.com/store/index.html

My guess is you only need an adjustable proportioning valve for the rear brakes only everything else can be put into a box should you want to go back to the stock configuration in the future.

http://www.hotrodsusa.com/store/product1526.html

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