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Old 06-03-2001, 12:31 PM
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Location: Hockessin, DE
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I belive my master cylinder isn't holding if not pressure for my 400E calipers. I get real bad pedal feel and must be depressed about 2/3rds before any brake grip occurs. Should I install a 400E brake cylinder? or maybe a 500E
Chirag (Charlie) Patel
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