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  1. Brushz

    1971 Master Cylinder question

    I think I may have it figured out. The rod coming out of the vac is longer than the original. I'll swap the end nut with the one from the original one and hopefully the will solve the problem. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    1971 Master Cylinder question

    Can the guts from the new one be used to rebuild my old one? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    1971 Master Cylinder question

    Which rod? The booster moves freely with the brake pedal without the MC installed. With the MC installed there is almost no movement. Does anyone have any experience with the remanufactured master cylinder available from Napa? From the photo it looks just like the OEM with the name scratched off. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    1971 Master Cylinder question

    Did you have to reroute the front and rear brake lines? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  5. My 240Z has the early design master cylinder. I recently replaced the vacuum servo unit with the MSA one. When everything was reassembled and brakes were bled, the brake pedal was very stiff. When I removed the master cylinder the piston only moves about 1/8 of an inch when I push on it. My question is how much force does it take to move the MC piston? Is the MC shot?
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    Correct interior pics..

    As far as I know it's a 1971. My dad bought it in '84 or '85 and it's always been registered as a 71. Also, its dark green (907), which was a 1971 color. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Correct interior pics..

    I also have a 9/71 (43466). It has the 1971 center console. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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