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Mk2 escort master cylinder size

I do not perform a Bench-Bleed but instead use a pressurised bleeding system to great effect; these are available from most well-stocked Automotive outlets.
If retaining the rear drums, then IMO, there is no reason not to have a bias separated master cyl.
Maybe i just need to swap the pipes over so i have.700 rear and.625 kan du ikke har nogen strenge sex front (but the fronts feel ok as they are) or is the rear just to small to power the rear drums?Well after an age i finally got round to getting the box back in with a new.625 cylinder for the front and the brakes bled up quickly (well practiced now) and all looks good.Reply With", 16:41 #8 Re: Pedal box master cylinder sizes - for standard uprated brakes Thread revival time.Reply With", 18:40 #7, re: Pedal box master cylinder sizes - for standard uprated brakes yes, the smaller the cylinders the longer the pedal travel and less pedal pressures needed bigger cylinders give a more solid feel and less travel to the pedal but you.1970 Mk1 Escort Tarmac Rally Car Reply With", 11:49 #21 Re: Pedal box master cylinder sizes - for standard uprated brakes Originally Posted by wildo105e Am I just unlucky and also have a dodgy Master for the front?The cylinders aren't spaced equally so each gets differential pressure from the pedal - don't ask me which is which as I didn't notice when I took mine apart LOL!

If the MC moves 20mm (a complete guess based on pedal movements and pedal ratio and probably too high) then the MC pushes out 3,959mm3 of fluid.
That is not the same size as the original single master - pressure will be identical so should work the same?
I assume this gives less pressure on the left and would hence be the rear cylinder.So with either set of brakes im looking.625 front and.75 at the rear?Originally Posted by neilm If it was a bias box with separate front and rear then it would.625 front.70 Rear Reading the above sizes have i got the cylinders mixed up?This is the setup looking at the pic (upside down) the clevis on the left is spaced away from the pedal by a fabbed spacer etc, whilst the one on the right isn't.Watch this space Reply With", 11:37 #16 Re: Pedal box master cylinder sizes - for standard uprated brakes Ok guys on further investigation it turns out my rear cylinder was.75.

The Mondeo Servo is considerably larger than the Mk3 (right0 and just clears the Fuel Pressure Regulator on my CVH-type Inlet Manifold.
Mine has a pivot bias across the bias bar.
Had trouble again with the fronts so i have drained the rears as I wasnt getting enough travel to shift fluid in the fronts?