Whether your building a race car or street machine the JEGS 631220 universal high-volume brake master cylinder will give you plenty of additional stopping power. Its light weight and universal design allows for easy mounting on any vehicle.
- Universal Style and 2-Bolt Mounting Flange Makes Installation a Breeze
- Single Fluid Reservoir
- 8.2 oz. High-Volume Fluid Capacity
- Light Weight Die-Cast Aluminum Body
- Specially Designed 1 in. Piston Bore Diameter & Internal Components for Extreme Braking Conditions
- Standard 1/8 in.-27 NPT Fluid Port for Simple Brake Line Installation
- Steel Cap and Retainer with Rubber Gasket for a Tight Reservoir Seal
- Adjustable Pushrod allows for a Precise Brake Pedal Position
- Master Cylinder Housing
- Length: 4 7/8 in. from mounting flange to outlet port
- Height: 5 1/2 in. From bottom of mounting flange to reservoir cap retaining clip
- Width: 2 3/8 in. Body
- Mounting Flange: 2-bolt, .400 in. Dia. x 2.250 in. center to center of mounting holes
- Side Mounting Pattern: 2-bolt, .330 Dia. x 3 in. center to center of mounting holes
- Piston Bore Diameter: 1 in.
- Fluid Reservoir: 3 3/8 in. I.D. L x 2 1/16 in. I.D. W x 2 3/16 in. deep at top of piston bore
- 5/16 in.-24 Thread x 3 1/4 in. Long. End of rod to piston bore opening
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