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Old 05-14-2007, 03:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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NEW OEM Subaru master cylinder on e-bay for cheap! Big bore!

The CORRECT subaru master cylinder is on E-bay!
5 units left!
The guy e-mailed back saying it is 1 1/16" bore!

No need for the thundarturd master cylinder, it's ASIAN time

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...m=140111714594

Do a search for the subaru master cylinder swap...

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Old 05-15-2007, 09:49 AM   #2 (permalink)
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It's actuall NIBCO time. AISIN doesn't make Zook M/Cs. We've been running these in Zooks for almost 5 years now. Best M/C upgrade I know of, especially if you add rear calipers and larger Kicker caliper to the front (more fluid displacement)
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Old 05-15-2007, 10:45 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Ok I have a red star and did a search but got zero results what am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance.
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Old 05-15-2007, 01:09 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Buy It Now.... Effin' DONE


The local wreckers (who were dicks on the phone, especially when I was rattling off THEIR stock numbers) wanted $80 for a used one...

UP YOURS BUDDY!
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Sorry...

http://bbs.zuwharrie.com/content/topic,57063.0.html
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Will this work with danas front and rear.I am using chevy calipers front and rear.Thanks
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DONE...better hurry, only 3 left after I got mine!
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Old 05-18-2007, 08:58 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Lol, all gone!

I've VERIFIED the master cylinder has the 1 1/16" bore!!

Install to come soon..
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Huh?, do you want more of these? I can get them all day long brand new. do you guys want more?
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What kind of prices do you have on NEW master cylinders?

Do you work @ a subie dealership?
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Yup sure do. If I remember correctly the part number on the Ebay auction is the updated part number that is used in a recall that was performed on some late 90's Legacy's. If it is the one I am thinking of then the dealer cost is dirt cheap because the factory lowers the price so it costs less when they sell it back to themselves (if that makes sense how I said it). I will check today if I get a chance and post back the price.

P.S. do I still need a yellow star if I don't sell at a profit?
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Are these direct bolt up in place of the stock samurai mc?

The 4 piston calipers on the toy axles take up alot of volume
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Are these direct bolt up in place of the stock samurai mc?

The 4 piston calipers on the toy axles take up alot of volume

Yes it does.....that's why I wanted one.
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Wanting more info on these please...What about a toy mc, would it fit?
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As far as the Subie MC goes, go to the below link and you'll get everything I think you'll need......

http://bbs.zuwharrie.com/content/topic,57063.0.html
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I picked mine up last night and can't wait to get it installed tonight!
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Yup sure do. If I remember correctly the part number on the Ebay auction is the updated part number that is used in a recall that was performed on some late 90's Legacy's. If it is the one I am thinking of then the dealer cost is dirt cheap because the factory lowers the price so it costs less when they sell it back to themselves (if that makes sense how I said it). I will check today if I get a chance and post back the price.

P.S. do I still need a yellow star if I don't sell at a profit?
If you're going to use the BB to sell anything in bulk, then yes, you need a yellow star.
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sooooooooooo, has anyone installed theirs yet?
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YUP......got it on and have driven it a few times around the yard and I can already tell a big difference. Haven't gotten it out on the road yet, I'm still working the bugs out of the 3-link.
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I got one coming, should be here on Tuesday. I wasn't quick enough to get a brand new one but got a used one off ebay for the $30 shipped to my door. Not too bad IMO.
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Yup sure do. If I remember correctly the part number on the Ebay auction is the updated part number that is used in a recall that was performed on some late 90's Legacy's. If it is the one I am thinking of then the dealer cost is dirt cheap because the factory lowers the price so it costs less when they sell it back to themselves (if that makes sense how I said it). I will check today if I get a chance and post back the price.

P.S. do I still need a yellow star if I don't sell at a profit?
Whats the price? lol

I really want one!
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is this the correct part?

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/New-B...em120118950910
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That looks nothing like the one I got. So, I'd guess it's not the correct part. Click on the link for the install and it will show you what it looks like.
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I dunno if that is the same part. If you noticed the original part has one port on the side and the other port on the top. It looks like that one has both ports comming out of the bottom.

BTW who knows which port is which on the original part shown? Does the front (top) port go to the front brakes and rear (side) port go to the rear? Or vise versa?
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Take a look at this picture... I'm not sure what they've done here. It looks like they crossed up the brake lines at the firewall, but with mine I put the lines in the same respective positions as they came off the Suzuki MC.

Is there an assigned front and rear on the MC or is the biasing handled by an in line controller.
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