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10-07-2004, 01:59 PM
Anyone put dual master brake cylinders in their TR-3??

I'm contemplating this as I'm doing the resto. I understand there are some TR-4 parts necessary. What's actually needed?? Which pedal assembly and masters are required. And yes, I do know that the pedal box has to be enlarged. What else is entailed??

Geo Hahn
10-07-2004, 09:03 PM
Just out of curiousity -- what are the advantages of this?

10-07-2004, 09:42 PM
George, you get dual circuit braking, so one leak won't totally disable the brakes. I wiped out my first TR3 on Fish Creek Hill, near Apache Lake, when the brakes failed, and I had to rub the right side against the mountain to slow down. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cryin.gif

Paul W.
10-07-2004, 10:31 PM
RevingtonTR sells one. Here is the link.
link to dual master (https://www.revingtontr.com/shop/mainframe.asp?https://www.revingtontr.com/shop/Collection_Display.asp?a=2&mscssid=DGC4FS9NPJU28LT 3M2LU4LJ1S4TF8J34&SiteLanguage=eng&CarType=TR3&Pag eType=default&CollectionId=%400000000225&CollName= DUAL+CIRCUIT+MASTER+CYLINDER+KITS+TR2%2D4A)
I've seen a picture of it somewhere. ISTR that it used two master cylinders mounted backwards in front of the bulkhead bracket and a bridge bracket to afix the two MC rods to the top of the pedal. Fairly simple.

10-10-2004, 08:39 PM
Isn't there a cheaper version than Revingtons?
It's over $800.!

10-10-2004, 10:42 PM
Tilton makes an aluminum pedal assembly, that uses a single clutch, and dual brake cylinders. About $450.00, including cylinders. It has an adjustable brake bias feature, as well.