Combined master cylinder and servo
Master cylinder mounting block- early type
Master cylinder mounting block- late type
Master cylinder mounting block- late type LHD
Pedals modified for Bias bar

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Brake Master Cylinders and Pedal Assemblies



There are many variations of different master cylinders used over the years, and we are not in the situation of supplying standard replacements.


 We believe in upgrading and improving where possible.

 Personally, we would never trust an early car with the original single circuit master cylinder. Unless, of course, you are restoring a 100 point concours car. In which case you should not be reading this page…


Master cylinders, Road.

The minimum requirement is for a dual circuit master cylinder.

The nice conversion is the late type, post ’92 combined master cylinder and servo assembly. Not difficult to fit to the earlier cars. If you do not like the servo, the original PMA100 master cylinders are in short supply. We are working on alternatives.

Sometimes we have fitted our dual conversion, as below.


Master cylinders, track and competition.


Competition rules dictate that dual circuit is compulsory.

All race cars must have dual circuit.

The ideal is to fit two separate master cylinders.

One for the front circuit, and one for the rear.

Then you can have adjustability to vary the braking effort from front to rear for different track and weather conditions.

We CNC machine aluminium mounting blocks to carry the separate master cylinders, and stock master cylinders and fluid reservoirs to suit.


Master cylinder Mounting blocks

Triple Cylinder block TBA

Double Cylinder block  TBA

Master cylinders (0.625", 0.7" or 0.752)          TBA


Brake pedals,


These have to be modified to accept the balance bar.

We can supply separate components or modify complete pedals.

Brake balance bars                                               TBA

Cable adjusters for dashboard                           TBA



Braided Brake hoses

Also known as Aeroquip hoses, these will greatly improve pedal feel under heavy braking


Front hoses (pair) £46.20

Rear hose (from chassis to axle) £23.10

As a set of 3 hoses £66.50



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