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1 splitty dual circuit brakes on 22/11/2011, 7:48 pm

substandard

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Anybody done this?

I've seen some kits but they seem very pricey. :eek:

From what I can work out I need:

A dual circuit master cylinder
An adaptor plate
A reservoir

Doesn't a bay window master cylinder bolt straight on?
Where's the reservoir on a bay? (it's been a while)

Any ideas?

2 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 22/11/2011, 9:12 pm

Stereophoney

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Mines under the drivers seat i think confused

3 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 22/11/2011, 9:15 pm

dicky mint

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Stereophoney wrote:Mines under the drivers seat i think confused


yep, correctamundo.
thats where mine is too Very Happy

4 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 22/11/2011, 11:46 pm

oilyT

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Ours is by the steering coloum. we fitted a duel system onto dickies years ago . you'd have no probs with it Rob. smile

Or make your own adaptor up and find a cyl with the right bore. smile

5 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 23/11/2011, 9:02 am

substandard

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Yeah making an adaptor's no problem.

So if I get this cylinder

and this reservoir I should be somewhere near?

6 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 23/11/2011, 7:59 pm

oilyT

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I think old volvo reservoirs fit. cheaper than £40. smile

7 Re: splitty dual circuit brakes on 24/11/2011, 6:58 am

EGG

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Not 100% Rob, but think there a 'how to' for this in either this months or last months Volksworld.
I'll check.

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