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Old 01-13-2008, 09:34 AM
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master cyclinder cast iron or alumn.

Is there any advantage to the old cast iron corvette master opposed to a alumn. plastic reservoir master ? I,m leaning towards cast iron. So old school better than plastic?

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Hmmm, maybe because you can't chrome plastic...

Seriously though, I don't know of any advantage, I've never used the plastic, don't like the look, especially in a dressy engine compartment.
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