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Wondering if anyone has run a E4-9 master in place of an E1-3? 

 

I was talking to a guy on Instagram who suggested there was a benefit given the larger size.

 

Thanks!

 



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Pointless unless you are putting Brembos or similar on it.
IE bigger calipers than the stock rubbish.
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A larger diameter piston will give a harder pedal and perhaps less feel. Will give less travel too. Your lockup point will be further off the floor
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Evo 5 to 6 is bolt on.

Evo 7-9 used a shared reservoir with the clutch


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I had the Evo 6 master on my Evo, With a stainless braided feed line, with the Evo 8 Brembos and Evo 8,Ralliart braided brake lines.
It worked well with those.

Edited by evo-gsr, 06 August 2020 - 09:14 AM.

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Thanks guys. Appreciate your feedback. 

 

 

A larger diameter piston will give a harder pedal and perhaps less feel. Will give less travel too. Your lockup point will be further off the floor

 

Hope everyone is doing well. There will likely be an early evo/gsr catch up in Sydney soon. Send me a DM if you're interested.




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