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Old October 27th, 2010, 05:09 PM
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Hers one for ya....If you add a dual resavoir master cylinder in anticipation of adding a disc brake conversion. what do you do with the 2nd unused resavoir untill that time? Full of fluid and plugged? open and empty? Or can you do this at all.....Im having hard pedal issues and nothing changed except this new master cylinder. Anybody had this come up???
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if the unused res is not hooked to anything I would assume what you are feeling is pressure build up on that side causing the hard pedal


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