[Healeys] tandem dual master cylinder

Alan Seigrist healey.nut at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 07:14:22 MDT 2010

I think the wilwood set up will give you two of three, and with a
pressure valve in the rear line give you all three....

On 6/9/10, allen c miller jr <acmiller at mhcable.com> wrote:
> Hello Listers
> Need to set up a dual master cylinder on a BN2 with a proportioning system
> to
> balance front and rears
> One of the consultants with whom I've corresponded has recommended a
> 'tandem'
> cylinder, in which the two masters are in line, and could be mounted on the
> BN2 rail without a lot of modifications to the support.
> I have my doubts if I could mount a typical dual reservoir/side-by-side dual
> cylinder using the stock BN2 pedal mount given the lack of 'throw distance'
> between the pedal and cylinder. I do not want to intall a later model pedal
> box if I can avoid it, so I am exploring options.
> My basic requirements are for racing and safety...
> 1. double redundancy (two separate feed pipes and reservoirs)
> 2. mountability on the BN2 rail without modification
> 3. ability to remotely proportion balance between front and rear
> If anyone has achieved all three objectives on a BN2 I would gratefully
> appreciate your input.
> thanks
>  allen miller bn2/m
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