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There was an aluminum dual master cylinder mentioned in an issue of Mustang and Fords a few months ago - does anyone know the web address for the company that sells them?
 

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I'm putting on front discs, and I don't want to put in a power booster, and the master cylinder mentioned in that article have enough capacity to run disc brakes without a booster.
 

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On 2002-07-03 14:07, NasalGoat wrote:
I'm putting on front discs, and I don't want to put in a power booster, and the master cylinder mentioned in that article have enough capacity to run disc brakes without a booster.

NaselGoat,The Dodge van master stops Greg Cooks and Travis Rices cars just fine even from there 130 MPH + 1/4 mile blasts!

Greg runs one and he has manual disk/drum set up.

This will bolt in your car and save you some money.

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John's Mustangs and Classics
2277 National Ave.
San Diego,Ca.92113
619-230-8866 OR JMC MOTORSPORTS

Yes i have one, will install it in about
1-2 months.
 

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mustang and fords also mentioned one from cobra automotive, and I believe it costs $127 for the dual aluminum master cylinder with stainless steel lines. I have it on my 66 with 4 wheel drums, but I will soon be upgrading to disks. I believe the website is http://www.cobraautomotive.com.
 

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Is the Master cylinder from an 86 or 96 Dodge truck?

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