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09-05-2008 08:42 PM
OneMoreTime Thanks guys..I think I have it whupped..I will know when I go to drive the car if it works out ok..

Thanks
Sam
09-05-2008 07:31 PM
powerrodsmike I usually make my brackets and pedals so that the ratio can be changed if needed. Manual discs take a bit more ratio, at least 6 :1, maybe more.

Later, mikey
09-05-2008 05:00 PM
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I need to build a pedal and master cylinder bracket for a street rod..we are using a manual master cylinder and need to get some Idea on the pedal ratio so we can draw up a plan for this thing..the bracket will incorporate the pedal and mastercylinder mount and the whole works will then be bolted to the chassis in the appropriate spot..

Thanks
Sam
Most factory manual brakes had a 6:1 pedal ratio...

Russ
09-05-2008 12:12 PM
35chev/302gmc Check out wilwood, I used the single pedal with the duel master clyinder. They also have hanging assemblys


http://www.wilwood.com/Products/005-...smcp/index.asp
09-05-2008 10:58 AM
OneMoreTime
Pedal ratio

I need to build a pedal and master cylinder bracket for a street rod..we are using a manual master cylinder and need to get some Idea on the pedal ratio so we can draw up a plan for this thing..the bracket will incorporate the pedal and mastercylinder mount and the whole works will then be bolted to the chassis in the appropriate spot..

Thanks
Sam

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