I changed my stock single master for a dual a couple of years ago. I used a 1967 master cylinder for a drum brake car. It has worked great and everything is adjusted well.
I'm completing a front disc conversion this week and am wondering what to do for a master cylinder. I think the following are options:
1. Lots of people suggest the 1974 Maverick master cylinder.
2. Use a 1967 master for a disc brake car (same dimensions as what I've currently got -so no extra adjustments).
3. Just remove the residual pressure valve from my current 1967 dual master cylinder for the front brake side. - This way I don't need to take it out of the car or even unhook one of the lines.
The car is a summer driver that sees 2,000 or 3,000 miles a year.
I do have another proportioning valve to put in the system from a disc brake equiped Mustang.
What do you all recommend?
Thanks in advance.