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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old May 19th, 19, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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1969 disc/drum aluminium master cylinder

Been searching, perhaps I've missed a prior thread (?).

Anyway, I have a 69 w stock disc/drums. It is master cylinder time and I would like to shelve my stocker (for now) and replace with an aluminium master cylinder.
I realize I need a 1 1/8" M/C:
- Has anyone done this and have a specific recommendation?
-Do our stockers have one reservoir metered within the M/C or both similar outward pressure at the M/C prior to the downstream valving?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: 1969 disc/drum aluminium master cylinder

Stock output is equal but external valves reduce the rear pressure. Check out the Baer aluminum master cylinders.

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Re: 1969 disc/drum aluminium master cylinder

Thank you David. Appreciated.
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Re: 1969 disc/drum aluminium master cylinder

Speedway Motors sells some aluminum master cylinders. Quite a few different ones actually.

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