Re: Master Cylinder/Brakes for ProStreet Car
Actually, Strange recommends P/N B3360 (1.031) for a 4 piston rear/ 2 piston front brake setup. The larger Strange unit, P/N B3359 (1.125) is recommended for a 4 piston front and rear setup.
The B3360 was recommended to me by S&W Racecars when it came time for me to buy my setup.
Here is something that I found which is interesting. In this article this guy wrote:
"Smaller diameter master cylinders can be used to increase output pressure. The design allows the application of two master cylinders being applied at the same, thereby doubling the volume output. Because of this high pressure output, you will not need a vacuum booster."
So in theroy your setup should work fine.
I can tell you the first time I drove my car after I did the brake system, the brakes were "squishy" and then my wife helped me bleed the brakes again and there was a small amount of air still in the lines and now it works great.
Just so you know, here are my components: M/C Strange B3360, adjustable prop valve, 3/16" steel line up to the calipers/ drums, #3 braided line going into the calipers/ drums. I'm using DOT5 fluid and as I mentioned the pushrod is on the top hole on the brake pedal. Wheels are 15 x 14, and 15 x 3.5.
69 Camaro, 496, 10.34 @ 134.77 mph.