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Grigg Remote Master Cylinder Reservoir
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NicksGarage
Posted 2019-06-03 1:14 PM (#582871)
Subject: Grigg Remote Master Cylinder Reservoir



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While watching Jay Leno's video on Per Blixt's 300D Fuel Injection car, he pointed out the remote master cylinder reservoir.

 

Click here for the video - https://youtu.be/UMrknmV4fc8?t=346

 

Anyone have pictures of the part of this? Could you just make a billet aluminum cap for the single master cylinder with a fitting on top to go to a remote reservoir?

 

 





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wizard
Posted 2019-06-03 2:48 PM (#582876 - in reply to #582871)
Subject: Re: Grigg Remote Master Cylinder Reservoir



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That gadget would actually put the gasket and copper washer on the m/c to the test. It will work, but I think the m/c will leak out the fluid.

That could be the reason to that there's no fluid in the opague bottle.


Best way to mout such bottle would be on the same height as the m/c, drilling a hole in the m/c for to have communicating vessels.



Really rare and cool gadget though…...
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