Aftermarket Master Cylinders

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  • Front Master Cylinder Ratio Chart

    Front Master Cylinder Ratio Chart



    Front Master Cylinder Ratio Chart

    Reprinted by Permission from VintageBrake.com


    Front Master Cylinder Ratio Chart

    While attending Vintage Days West, and thoroughly enjoying it, I was reminded that many of the people I had occasion to talk to, lacked an understanding of the importance of master cylinder to wheel cylinder ratios. This critical ratio is of paramount importance in determining "feel". It has been my experience that...
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  • Using a Harley Rear Master Cylinder

    Using a Harley Rear Master Cylinder

    Items Needed:
    • Kelsey Hayes type master cylinder: L 1979-1983 Harley FX or 1980-1981 XL Sportster
    • 3/16”x 1” flat stock approximately 4” long.
    • 2 bolts 5/16”x 2 ½”
    • 2 5/16”chrome acorn nuts
    • 1 5/16” x 24 banjo bolt
    • 1 5/16” solid rod (purchase at hardware store)
    • 1 brake light switch for 67-79 Chevy Nova OEM# 1261219


    Getting Started:

    Remove banjo bolt from stock master cylinder and tie brake line up as high as possible with a zip tie. This will avoid too much air...
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    Last edited by Tykes_Place; 02-17-2018, 08:08 PM.
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