Here we'll post pictures of some of our customers' cars. When available,
we'll post pictures of the cylinders from those cars.
1963 E-Type Jaguar
1970 Subaru 360 Van
1927 Kissel 8-75 Speedster
1955 Lancia Aurelia Spider at Pebble Beach
1949 Triumph 2000
1942 International K8 with 1940 Harvard Mk
---and a poster from 1942
1950 Vanguard Standard
1928 Model A Ford Roadster Pickup on deuce
1936 Bugatti T-57 at Laguna Seca
Daimler Ferret Scout Car
The master cylinder is to the right of and just below the
1953 Glasspar kit car
The original application for this cylinder is MG Magnette ZA
or ZB, or TR2-early TR3
1959 Austin Healey Sprite in South Africa
Hi, I got the package on Friday and everything is in order, even fitted, bled
the system and took it for a very short test drive on Sunday afternoon, much to
the dismay of a grumpy old guy down the street. I drove it with just the branch
manifold and no silencer. Thank you for all the effort! The quality, service and
experience are excellent! Regards,
Another Bugeye Sprite, in Canada
Here are some pics of my bugeye sprite of which you repaired the master cylinder
for. Got it all back together tonight. The Bugger is happy and we can continue
with our summer.
1936 Plymouth Sedan
My WC arrived just as I got home from work last evening. What a beautiful job!
Thanks for the expedited service. I got it installed this afternoon. My son and
I will bleed the brakes in the morning. You can count on my referrals should
anyone ask me. Also, should I need any of the others done, you're the man!
I'm attaching a picture of my 1936 Plymouth so you can see what I have been
Thanks again and best regards,
1928 Ford Roadster--292 GMC six
This master cylinder has been converted to 3/4" on the clutch
side as described
The owner says:
Joe, just a short note to let you know I installed the MC and
the clutch effort is reduced by about 50%. It makes the car much more drivable.
You did great, and I'm gonna let my friends know. Thanks again.
1979 Harley Davidson FXS Trike
|The owner has installed aftermarket front disc brakes that work best
with a 5/8" master cylinder, but the smallest cylinder that fits without
major modifications is 3/4". We converted a new 3/4" master cylinder to
5/8" using a rebuild kit for a later model Harley cylinder. About two
months later, the customer sent us this report:
Hi Joe - hope you remember me from the Harley M/C
re-sleeve job. I've
got a few hundred miles on the bike now - had a great time 2 weeks ago
at the Myrtle Beach Bike week where the brakes got a real workout.
Everything worked great. The feel is great, the lever travel great,
and the stopping power/effort is great. I'm a very happy camper and it
was well worth the money.
Although my situation was a little "unique", I wouldn't hesitate to
recommend your services to any of my customers that want to do