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Re: rotor size for brakes up grade
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Hey Rocket

Did you bench bleed the master cylinder before installing

They normally don't bleed very well if just installed straight on the car.

Might help to remove the master and try that.

Also if going disc front and rear.

Selection of the correct size master cylinder, will alter pedal effort and amount of travel.

To get the right amount of hydraulic advantage for your setup

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Re: rotor size for brakes up grade
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yeah I also was thinking that the rod coming out of the booster was not long enough, so I adjusted right out still no different, plus something I never asked maddat if there setup would suit my brakes...you'd think it wouldn't be that hard surly lol
Ill try the bench bleed it tomorrow

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Edited by hotrocket on 2017/4/23 11:53:43
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Re: rotor size for brakes up grade
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Well the bench bleed might help

the pushrod needs to be exactly the right length.
Too long or short.

Can both cause problems.

A quick Google search.

This article will explain it will explain it better than I can type.

http://www.mpbrakes.com/techtalk/how- ... in-to-master-cylinder-gap

What size master did you get from maddat?

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What will cause pedal going to floor?

Check if it is the booster: disconnect and plug the vacuum line at the manifold. Pump the brakes until vacuum is used up. Now is the pedal high and tight?

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will be checking the rod length and booster

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