[Chrysler300] Vacuum spec wanted.
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[Chrysler300] Vacuum spec wanted.



Hello
 As i am planing go with disc brakes. I'm looking for what master brake cylinder to use. Planing to use tandem cyl with remote reservoir. Therefore, it would be useful to know how much vacuum is delivered during idling. Engine camshaft original.
 Am aware about importent relationships caliper/wheel cylinder dimensions,  presure, pedal ratio, pedel travel, proportional & residual valve etc etc.
ohh yes cars is a 57C on 15" Wires
Any input about vacuum spec at idle wormly welcome.
 We got some snow here today.. phuu better stay in garage!
Thanks Michael

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