Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

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Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Sat Feb 20, 2016 6:53 pm

Some parts clearing out.

Control arms : SOLD

Powerflex strut mounts. : SOLD

Powerflex Inner and Outer control arm bushings: SOLD

Tilton master cylinder. 75 series so it is the short style. 7/8" bore. Lightly used, maybe 1000 miles with all hardware and bottles etc. $60 shipped

T-Bird rear calipers. Just calipers, no brackets, worked fine when i replaced them. Cores or slap em on. $30 shipped.

3.36 rear. good shape. Best offer Located in Starkville, Mississippi

EDIT: Added calipers
EDIT: Removed Control Arms
EDIT : Added strut mounts
EDIT: strut mounts sold
EDIT: control arm bushings sold


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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Sun Feb 28, 2016 8:40 pm

bump added strut mounts

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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by xr89 » Mon Feb 29, 2016 5:01 pm

Ill take the strut mounts, pm me your paypal
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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Thu Mar 03, 2016 1:16 pm

Strut mounts sold

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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Sun Mar 13, 2016 10:03 pm

bump added control arm bushings, washers are included with bushing

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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 2:27 pm

control arm bushings sold

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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by Ghost » Mon Mar 14, 2016 10:50 pm

Would this master cylinder be suitable for a hydraulic clutch? If so, I'll take it.
'85 XR4Ti: 8.8+T56 swap, AEM standalone, HY35 on a full rebuild... What's the bluebook on these cars again?
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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by timxr8 » Mon Mar 14, 2016 11:14 pm

Ghost wrote:Would this master cylinder be suitable for a hydraulic clutch? If so, I'll take it.
It's a little big as most aftermarket slave cylinders suggest a 3/4" master. You could move the attachment at the pedal higher to make a lower (numerically higher) ratio to compensate.
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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 1:15 am

What Tim said. Typically on a hydro clutch you want to go 1:1 with master vs cylinder size. That being said it has the same dimensions as all the 85 series masters and at half the price you could get your setup mocked up and change it later on if you feel the 7/8" doesn't give you enough leverage.

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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by Ghost » Wed Mar 16, 2016 10:19 pm

Crap... Let me research this a little more then :(
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Re: Tilton Master cylinder, Tbird calipers, Powerflex

Post by mopman93 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 7:23 pm

bump, reduced price on calipers to $30 shipped, added 3.36 rear

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