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Tii master cyl install

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Installed inverted Alpina struts and 5 series brakes late fall and needed way more master. So I needed to mod the master to accept the nk brake light switch. Pretty sure I'll need to relocate battery now too. But at least I'll have a decent pedal

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I did something similar on my NK but after being rear ended one night on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice (insert jokes here) I realised that the pressure switch needed a reasonable amount of pressure to actually work. Whether this is down to the design or mine was just old and working out of spec I don't know, but it's been fixed with the later style switch off the top of the pedal. Just had to make a simple bracket to bolt it on.

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i too mounted a manual switch to the lip of the under dash panel so it contacts the pedal. My replacement pressure switch died quite early. Its a BMW motorcycle part now - not sure if that was an issue. I used an old toggle switch holder to mount switch. What are you putting this on?

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It's going on my 65 1800ti with big brakes

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Let us know how if tnis is a bolt on to the booster. Is it single circuit?

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7 hours ago, Hans said:

Let us know how if tnis is a bolt on to the booster. Is it single circuit?

no I converted to dual circuit e12 calipers

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31 minutes ago, BLUNT said:

no I converted to dual circuit e12 calipers

Did you replace single circuit master with dual master? 

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42 minutes ago, Hans said:

Did you replace single circuit master with dual master? 

Yes  what is pictured in first post is a Tii maser cyl I drilled and tapped for the brake light switch

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I'm interested in finding out if the new master just bolts on using the old push rod in the booster. Does the ti have the rear brake compensation gizmo next to master?

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Dimensions look identical to me. Should bolt right up

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By dimensions do you mean the depth of the receiving cup inside the rear of the cyl? 

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3 minutes ago, Hans said:

By dimensions do you mean the depth of the receiving cup inside the rear of the cyl? 

 

correct

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My CS struts will take Tii calipers. I'm thinking of conversion from single circuit, but not sure what to do with the compensation valve which your ti apparently doesn't have,

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what are you running out back of the CS?

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16 hours ago, BLUNT said:

what are you running out back of the CS?

Out back?

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