ABS Electric Master Cylinder


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May 8, 2002
Stockton, Ca
Usually people don't get to excited about a master cylinder but I am because I haven't heard of anyone having this set up around here.

I figured if the new motor for the fastback will have the capability of making 1200hp on high boost why not throw something at it to stop it.

This is the best aftermarket master cylinder out there right now.

ABS electric master cylinder I'm really looking forward to trying it out.

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I can dig that, looks good, no plumbing issues, just give it power and go...


Buuuuuuut, what's that gonna set a gent back in the wallet? Cool and easy always costs !!$$!!

BTW, could you get some clearer pics and maybe take pics of the install?
I'm contemplating the same thing as a last resort. The hydro boost won't fit unless I move the COP which I don't really want to do. I just may run the standard style though. Wonder how much noise it'll make. Heard electric vac pumps before, forget that.
Yeah I'm not too worried about the noise at this point I'm sure it can't be any worse than an electric fuel pump. I'll just throw in the engine compartment.

I'll take pics of it when I get a chance to install it. Still have stuff prior that require attention before I can get this installed. .
Ironically, I just logged in to put one of these systems up for sale. I was going to use it a few years ago on the '67 vert and ended up getting thwarted by a clearance issue I created myself. :bang: It's been sitting in a box ever since.

It needs a little cleaning up, but it's all there. Mounted once and I think I filled it with fluid, but removed without ever being used. Honestly, I can't recall the entire history but I'll sell it at a significant discount to leave room in case there are any issues.

Master cylinder, booster unit, wiring, and a billet remote reservoir.

$400 shipped to the lower 48.