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im currently running a 68 mustang with stock front disc and stock rear drum. i have been using the stock drum/ drum master cylinder for about a year with no problem. im thinking about steping it up wo a wilwood dynalite front and a late mustang rear disc. can i use this master? do they sell a non power master for a disc/ disc set up ? opinions please.
 

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Call Wilwood and tell them what you have and what you;re going to do. Piston size in the MC is critical for proper pressure to make the system work properly. To much or to little could have dangerous effects. Personally a piston of 15/16" should be were it's at. But call them first.
 
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