All, Im installing a wiwood disc brake kit on a 67 camaro, i will be keeping the rear drums for now. The wilwood tech suggest I go with a 15/16 bore and gave me their pt# only bad is their said Master is 300 bucks plus. I started looking for the mopar style and the only thing I can come up in 15/16 bore is the type that has the slanted reservoir. I was hoping to locate the type you see everywhere with the black tank that sits level. Anyone have any wisdom on the subject.
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Quick Google search brought this up. i would do a google search and pick out what you want.
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Here's a list of the different sizes.
One thing you have to pay attention to is how the rod fits into the back of the MC. When using the Mopar MC you have to make sure the rod cannot drop out of the MC or get out of alignment. I mad a guide for mine so the rod cannot pull or drop out. The back of the piston of the MC is very shallow.
I got one from ORiellys, several years ago, for my stocker. It was for (IIRC), an 80 Doge Ramcharger.
I had disc/drum, and it worked perfectly. I also made a guide for the rod, because I watched Woodro Josey run off the end of Gainesville Raceway, following a qualifyiing run, and land upside down in the gator pond at the very end. I was inline for scales, and knew something was wrong, because he was still strolling along, way down in the shut down area.
You have to put in the effort, to get anything out of it.
I don't know if it will work on your application but I use a manual brake master cylinder from a S10. Works fine with my factory disc front and rear drums on my 71 Chevelle that originally had power brakes.
It's aluminum with a plastic lid.
It's a slow cut shyt box,so your results may vary.
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