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Old 04-04-12, 12:28 PM
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FB Brake master ooptions?

Afternooon all,


I have a coupel FBs and FCs. And as you can see in the other thread I am building my FB into something more potent than it is, as a ITA race car.

I currently have swapped it over to 2nd gen brakes.

I am looking for a larger 1" master cylinder for it.

two options I have currently..

1. Swap out the brake booster with a FC booster, and run a 929 master cylinder.
2. Jump ahead and gut the dash/remove it, and put in the tilton assy that I already have.

Id rather find a bolt in replacement master cylinder that is a 1" bore and simply put it in. The FC has the bolts in a different orientation.

Ideas? Suggestions?

Id like to put in a big master cylinder BEFORE DGRR.. and doing the tilton assy doesnt fit in with the plans currently.. I have that mentally scheduled later in the year.
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Swap it out for the FC Booster/GSLSE alum spacer and install a willwood 1 1/16 MC

M/C: http://www.summitracing.com/parts/WIL-260-4893/

I use this combo with TII front calipers and Wilwood 4pots out back. That M/C Bolts right up. Just thread the engine bay side piston of the booster all the way in.

There is tons of room in the FB for that M/C.
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