I have a 1980 RHD Spitfire 1500 (VIN TFADW5AT008279) for several years now, and wonder if the brake master cylinder is different on those late cars
Mine has a tandem Girling with one pipe on the left side and one pipe at the top rear ,it looks like this one;
The pipes that run from the master cylinder to the pressure differential warning actuator seem to be genuine as the shape is made to fit the master cylinder and route to the PDWA
Does anyone has ever seen this type of master cylinder in a spitfire? Did the master cylinder was changed for another one?
I want to get a kit to renew it or change it but I don't know wich type it is, and if I get a GMC 226, I would have to change the pipes...
Thank you for reading my question
Unknown brake master cylinder
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