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tikiwagon 
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tikiwagon
Loc: dorset, england
Reg: 04-23-04
09-23-14 08:11 AM - Post#2486019    

Hi I have a 59 chevy car with a dual master cylinder and 8" single booster, I bought a 8" dual booster from you recently and wonder do i need a deep or shallow bore master cylinder for this application(it currently runs a deep bore type)I know the booster is adjustable and have the correct tool from you for doing this
Thanks



 
cpptech 
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cpptech
Loc: CA. USA
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09-25-14 11:42 AM - Post#2486605    
    In response to tikiwagon

If the booster pushrod protudes past the studs then you run a deep bore. we have a part # MCDG (Master Cylinder Depth Gauge) for sale as well. You want a 1/32-1/16" gap.

Thanks,
Aaron @ Classic Performance
800-522-5004


 
tikiwagon 
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tikiwagon
Loc: dorset, england
Reg: 04-23-04
09-26-14 06:17 AM - Post#2486741    
    In response to cpptech

Thanks, The booster is below the studs that you supplied but it does have a screw extender that came with it, So do i use that or stick with short booster stud and spacer in M/C



 
cpptech 
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cpptech
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09-27-14 07:57 AM - Post#2486975    
    In response to tikiwagon

Short pushrod and the master cylinder spacer adapter is fine.

Thanks,
Aaron @ Classic Performance
800-522-5004


 
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