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Im posting this here because you guys prob have had more experiance with this than anyone. - I just installed an additional set of calipers on the back of the turbo car - it has 2- 4 piston calipers per side now - And it will not hold any better than when I only had 1 calpier per side - any ideas ?? and yes it has good pedal -
 

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You need to flip the ports on the master cylinder.....And use the primary for the dual calipers. Other possibility is you may have to change bore size of the master and still do the flip.
 

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Just talked to Strange - they said the same size about the size - but said the port closest to the rod should be the one to the rear brakes - it has more volume???
 

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It depends on what M/C you are using.....If its a chrysler style master, then yes....The post closest to the rod is the primary port. If you are using a GM Master,then the port furthest away from the rod is your primary.
 
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