Tilton 79-Series Master Cylinders

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Tilton 79-series alloy hydraulic master cylinders. Tilton are proud to release their new range of 79-Series master cylinders, specifically designed for use with motorsport ABS systems.

Unlike traditional master cylinders, these new cylinders do not utilize a conventional cut-off port, instead they feature a new port strategy with a mechanically opened cut-off / compensation path.

Elimination of the cut-off port greatly reduces the chance of seal damage caused by high pressure pulsations from any ABS system. The rear spherical bearing mount and one-piece piston / pushrod eliminates side thrust into the master cylinder bore, providing consistent and repeatable braking.

They feature a billet aluminum body with proprietary low-friction coatings to minimize wear and provide a smooth operation.

Features:

  • Spherical bearing rear pivot with circlips
  • Fits Tilton 800 and 900 Series pedal assemblies
  • Interchangable with 77 and 78 Series cylinders
  • Bare cylinder weight approximately 180g
Features
  • New compensation port strategy designed for use with ABS systems
  • No port or orifice for seals to cross over and get damaged
  • Directly interchangeable with Tilton 77‐Series and 78‐Series master cylinders
  • Billet aluminum body with proprietary low‐friction coatings minimize wear and provides smooth operation
  • Rear spherical bearing mount and one‐piece piston/pushrod eliminates side thrust into the master cylinder bore
  • Hand‐built, blueprinted and function tested
  • Serialized and recorded into Tilton build database
  • AN3 outlet port, Male AN4 o‐ring seal inlet swivel fitting (sold separately, P/N 79‐523)
  • Fits Tilton 800-Series and 900-Series pedal assemblies
  • Note: Flexible lines must be used for inlet and outlet port plumbing
P65 Warning
 "WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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