Brake Master Cylinder

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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Just out of curiosity (and probably a daft question), is there any compatibility with anything used on the Concerto?
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Hi, thanks for that, I’ll check it out.

There know that there are items on Civic’s & CRX that cross over.
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RMS1974 wrote: Fri Jan 19, 2024 10:19 am Hi, thanks for your reply and link.

I followed it and the part and unless I'm missing something is very different to mine, I also put my reg in and it brought up that part

Mine is on the blue mat.

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I'd personally ask autodoc for a photo of the actual part they have in stock, just in case that's just a random picture of a part to make it look as though they photographed it. If you don't pursue these things, you'll never know. It's much more likely their text and classification of the part is correct. How many times have you seen an eBay listing or a part on numerous websites and they've just added some random picture of a part that roughly matches the description but not the actual part in stock? I see that all the time. With a part as difficult to track down as yours is, I'd be pursuing actual confirmations / photographs from the stockists to either rule them out or confirm what you'll be getting when you receive it. No-one should buy parts or exclude parts from the photographs sellers use.
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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RMS1974 wrote: Fri Jan 19, 2024 10:07 pm There know that there are items on Civic’s & CRX that cross over.
It's Honda part code 46100-SK3-803

This equates to a number of aftermarket parts according to this web page: https://www.niparts.com/s_B6BD6E/46100SK3803.html

This website reckons they've got stock to sell you: https://spareto.com/products/ab-s-brake ... nder/71137 (It's the ABS equivalent part according to the above web page)
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Hi, thanks for the information, it's providing more numbers to search against.

Unfortunately whilst the second link show a similar part, it has the correct two parallel brake ports along the centre line, but the flange is the wrong orientation, this is 10-5 on a clock face, whereas I need 2-8 if I'm explaining myself clearly?

The flange position can't be changed, but the slight bending of the line upwards should be possible for the ones identified with the front port at a 45 degreesish angle!

A day trawling the Interweb awaits!

More than happy for anyone to chip in as to whether I'm going down a rabbit hole!!

Cheers.
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Just a quick update, the search has move on slightly, thanks to Johnny216GSi.

It would appear that it's Honda part code 46100-SK3-803 as opposed to "802", it is the end digit that seems to identify the flange orientation.

Using https://www.niparts.com/s_B6BD6E/46100SK3802.html opens up a list of the correct parts for my car.

Thanks again for the pointer, the task now is to interrogate the various manufactures reference numbers, I'll post my findings in due course.

Thanks again.
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I'm confusing myself now, never mind everyone else !!!

"It would appear that it's Honda part code 46100-SK3-803 as opposed to "802", it is the end digit that seems to identify the flange orientation."

It is 46100-SK-802.

Sorry
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RMS1974 wrote: Sun Jan 21, 2024 12:16 pm It is 46100-SK-802.
I'm not sure you're right with 802, as I'm seeing parts with the ports blanked on the wrong side, so the part is the reverse of what you need? But using 802 does lead to some interesting alternatives.

803 comes up as correct for ANY Honda concerto with ABS, regardless of engine or whether the car is RHD or LHD. There are no alternative part numbers or succession part numbers being offered me.

How about this one: https://www.summitracing.com/parts/ceb-130-40028

Correct flange orientation and the ports aren't twisted + they're on the correct side??

It's for a Honda NSX from 1991 to 2005.

Found the Rover OE part code too: FDU3139EVA
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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Hi, it is a puzzle identifying parts, isn't it.

I believe that putting:-

https://www.niparts.com/index.aspx?acti ... 1=C21B86EB

brings up the part I'm after, Aisin, Apec or Girling.

I'm afraid the summit racing is correct regarding ports & flange, but the casting mark shows "1", which in the description says 1 inch bore, mine is 15/16" or 23.81.

The search continues.

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Re: Brake Master Cylinder

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Well, I found something that fits the bill from the list, unfortunately it's out of stock and at that price it'll have to stay that way.

I think I'm going to see how much play I have in the lines, and see if the angled one would work, as there are a few to chose from.

That's it, I'm off to the pub now to refresh my few remaining brain cells!!

Cheers all.
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