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Re: 1952 3100 Dual Master Cylinder Conversion
klhansen #1325954 Thu Sep 12 2019 11:36 PM
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Originally Posted by klhansen
Looking at scooter's install photos, I'm wondering what would prevent moving the master farther forward to use the original fill hole in the floor. Maybe it's because the dual master mount flange is wider than the old master where the original bracket is.

I very much wanted to use the original hole but there was absolutely no way to get the new master underneath it with the bracket and master I used.


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Re: 1952 3100 Dual Master Cylinder Conversion
ssaxman #1325955 Thu Sep 12 2019 11:37 PM
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Originally Posted by ssaxman
Will residual pressure valves be needed when converting to the dual reservoir setup?

Not needed with my setup.


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