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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Nov 24th, 09, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
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DSE master cyl.?

anyone running 1 of their master cyl.booster combos ?Is it direct bolt in and go ?

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Re: DSE master cyl.?

They are a bolt on work great if your looking for that late model look, they are a great choice. If you want something a bit more custom and not 2005 look, we have a nice combo. It includes a polished Stainless dual diaphram booster, chrome maser and prop valve all for $375' Also, the booster can be brushed with a scotch brite to take the shine off and we have non chromed master and prop valve.

We also can do factory style yellow cad booster and fast boy master for less money



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Re: DSE master cyl.?

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They are a bolt on work great if your looking for that late model look, they are a great choice. If you want something a bit more custom and not 2005 look, we have a nice combo. It includes a polished Stainless dual diaphram booster, chrome maser and prop valve all for $375' Also, the booster can be brushed with a scotch brite to take the shine off and we have non chromed master and prop valve.

We also can do factory style yellow cad booster and fast boy master for less money




What size bore is the master cylinder. Oh yea looks very nice.

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post #4 of 4 (permalink) Old Nov 25th, 09, 07:50 AM
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Re: DSE master cyl.?

I can do 1" and 1 1/8". 90% of the time 1 1/8" is cirrect for most power Disc / Disc and disc / drum systems
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