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Old 08-12-2015, 02:54 AM   #2701
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<p>Decent plan:</p><p>Curious to see how long zipties last right there.</p>
Not very. Use hose clamps instead.

Yes, to switch masters on you need to bend hardlines. Pick up some cunifer tubing and a flaring tool and you can make new ones in exactly the shape you want.

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Thats the plan tomorrow.
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<br />And I found signs of leaking on the 01 master and booster. I'll probably snag the Wildwood dual master over the winter.
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Old 08-12-2015, 03:07 AM   #2703
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'01+ master: like $80 on rockauto. Is the wilwoods master really worth over $200? I decided that for me, it wasn't.
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Ben just quoted me a lot less than that.
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Old 08-12-2015, 03:22 AM   #2705
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Dammit why do I keep forgetting about Ben... Holy crap I need to talk to him about skunk2 stuff.
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Old 08-12-2015, 06:17 AM   #2706
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'01+ master: like $80 on rockauto. Is the wilwoods master really worth over $200? I decided that for me, it wasn't.
'01+ master is 15/16, wilwood master is 1".

Did you mean to check the 929 master on rock auto?

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Isn't your spare brake master a sport? Isn't the LF caliper port on the bottom? If so- you can use that to run your LF brake line through the fender like boostedsmurf. That's what I'm doing because of downpipe danger.
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Yes, but that requires running new lines. Which I didn't want to do. Also, the 01 master looked leaky.
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<p>For what it's worth, when I put in the metal rx7 shifter bushing it sucked for the first month or so.</p><p><br />EDIT: And by sucks i mean the same problem with first. Took me 2-3 tries each time.</p>
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'01+ master is 15/16, wilwood master is 1&quot;. Did you mean to check the 929 master on rock auto? --Ian
</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>No. I didn't really think about that. I just bought the one for the Miata and put it in.</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>Looks like the 929 one on RockAuto is anywhere between $57 and $170 depending on ABS or not, and manufacturer. I just wanted a simple, PNP solution. I'm aware the Wilwood is 1&quot; master, I just didn't feel like it was worth the time/money for my particular case. We will see if I'm right.</p>
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Looks like the 929 one on RockAuto is anywhere between $57 and $170 depending on ABS or not, and manufacturer. I just wanted a simple, PNP solution. I'm aware the Wilwood is 1&quot; master, I just didn't feel like it was worth the time/money for my particular case. We will see if I'm right.</p>
I think I paid about $90 for my Rockauto 929 master. IMHO, the 1" master upgrade is well worth it.

Pretty much all of the masters out there have slightly different port locations, so nothing is completely plug-and-play. Bending brake lines is actually really easy, though.

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<p>Yeah, I'll upgrade at some point. When I saw the leakage on the 01 master then I said screw it and will upgrade later.</p>
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I was going to say "rebuild kit" but I can't find any. Maybe those days are gone and everybody just buys rebuilt masters.
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Maybe those days are gone and everybody just buys rebuilt masters.
Unfortunately, this seems to be the case with a lot of car assemblies.
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Took the car out. Brakes feel like ****. Need to rebleed.
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Took the car out. Brakes feel like ****. Need to rebleed.
Did you bench bleed the master?
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I didn't pull the master. Old one just got drained.
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Bet your master needs to be rebuilt. Actually just a found a master rebuild kit in my junk. For a clutch.
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<p>It was working well until I flushed and filled. It was slightly leaking around the grommets but that shouldn't affect performance.</p>
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<p></p><p>Well ****. Should I save 6 dollars by rebuilding it myself? Lol.</p><p>I'll make this **** work, needs more bleeding.</p>
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