Brake Master Cylinder

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Johnny 216GSi
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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RMS1974 wrote: Fri Jan 26, 2024 4:50 pm I DON'T BELIEVE IT!!

I just found this on Autodoc.

And I typed your Honda part code into Rock Auto and got: https://www.rockauto.com/en/parts/beck/ ... inder,1836

It has twisted ports in the photo, but the photo may not be accurate of course. £28 as a close-out item as they call it in the US (end of line).
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Thanks for that, interesting that on the body, the casting below the canted port looks as if it had provision to be drilled either way?

Again thanks for the various inputs, I'll wait for the kit to turn up and play it from there, it'll either be that, or the 46100 SM4 023 as I really don't want to modify the pipework.

I'll post again when the job is completed.
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Good afternoon All,

The kit from Cyprus has just turned up, and looks to be the correct part, when it is compared to ABS6 on pages 6 & 7 of the Brakes download manual.
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This gives me the confidence to strip the cylinder out and replace with the kit.

The second phase will be to replace the ABS Motor, and if necessary, the pump unit as I have both.

I have split the motor & pump, the motor spins well and the pump is also free.

I propose the break the existing motor from the pump, to establish if either/or is still functional, and proceed from there.

To this end I will need to loan the "Special Kit" to bleed the ABS, John if you catch this post you mentioned previously that it was abroad, Italy?

If it's back, how do I arrange to borrow.

Thanks
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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RMS1974 wrote: Tue Feb 06, 2024 12:47 pm
To this end I will need to loan the "Special Kit" to bleed the ABS, John if you catch this post you mentioned previously that it was abroad, Italy?

If it's back, how do I arrange to borrow.

Thanks
The tool that's abroad (in Germany) is for safely releasing the pressure in the high-pressure side of the system. If you've already got the pump out of the car, then you don't need that.

I'll have a look for the other 'Pump run' tool and the instructions.

PM me for delivery options :cool
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