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Brake Conversion Single to Dual Master Cylinder Setup.


Harmonizer

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This topic may have been addressed before on this forum, but I can't find it. I have a 1967 BMW 1600 track car with a stock braking system including a single master cylinder. For better and safer braking, I want to convert to a dual master cylinder system. If anyone can provide me with the process, including parts description and advise of any pitfalls, I'd appreciate it. Thank you.

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The circle track guys are a pretty good resource for this kind of stuff.

They always laugh when I tell them my car has to turn both ways.

You didn't mention if you were keeping power brakes or if it was a new pedal set up.

Ahlem

'76 2002

'90 M3

'90 535i 5 speed

'89 325is '91 318is

'87 325is

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The circle track guys are a pretty good resource for this kind of stuff.

They always laugh when I tell them my car has to turn both ways.

You didn't mention if you were keeping power brakes or if it was a new pedal set up.

Ahlem

'76 2002

'90 M3

'90 535i 5 speed

'89 325is '91 318is

'87 325is

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