Hey guys, as some may know im doing a twin piston caliper upgrade on my clubby.
All finished nearly ready to go, just had to bleed the brakes.
Anyways, one side was fine, the other side just kept on getting air through the lines, constantly, and we been through like 3 bottles of brake fluid, anyways, looked over the master cylinder and its got fluid on it and dripped off it and it has made a puddle down below anyways.
So its rat**** i'd say.
Anyways, being having the upgraded calipers/rotors and everything....
Whats the go with the VT 1" master cylinder?? Is it a DIRECT bolt up fit?
And should i go that option, or just get a standard one?
What is the size of the standard one?
Whats the benifit of the 1" cyl over the standard one?
And will there be much of a price difference?
Any advice is much apprectiated,
you need the booster and master setup.
Will require a fabrication of a bracket to fit it all up.
i know with the 16/15's or what ever size the outlet is... on the VN/VP's, there have been cases on pedal spongeyness. Hence why everyone tried to grab 1"s from the v8's that had em
Im not 100% sure on what the VS Clubbys came out with in terms of MC's..
If its ****ing fluid, can you replace a seal? id reccomend a changeover as it will eliminate possible brake issues later.
With this in mind, some have reported no issues... i cant comment.
Id day dont give up on the idea of a new MC.
Clubby would be a 15/16th's since it runs ABS. If you want mate i'm selling my setup soon. Bracket to suit VN-VS firewall, VT booster, VT master, VS reservoir.
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