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    Hi Guys.

    doing a rx7 brake upgrade, called my friendly nissan dealership to order a new brake master cyl.

    i have been told there are a heap of them to chose from depending on engine model (turbo or non-turbo), and 2 differnt fitting sizes available for a rb20de r32 skyline (non turbo)

    anyone know whether its the 15/16 size fitting or the 1 inch fitting?

    or does anyone just know a model number, or a VIN number for a skyline that i can use?

    help is appreciated.

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    the non abs variety in the r32 kind
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    has to be a non ABS MC.

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    yes, but hte parts department at nissan need a part number.

    i know what type i need, but i need to tell them how to find it.

    their parts system doesnt differentiate between abs and non-abs

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    You will be looking at around $400+.

    You are after a BM44, which the parts numbers are #46010-05U01 (Tokico) or #46010-05U21 (Nabco)

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    thanks. i also found it online.

    the tokico is the one to go with, as the nabco is discontinued.

    Price is actually closer to $500

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    You can use the ABS variant - it just has two ports like the AE86 master so you run it into the old splitter.
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    yes but if your going to do it properly, you should ditch the old splitter and use a NON abs master which has a proportioning valve built in.

    I use a R33 item which has 3 ports (2 F and 1 R) the rear has a proportioning valve built into the MC.

    i wouldnt waste your time buying a new one... they can be had for around 80 in good cond.

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    Fair enough. I'm using the ABS master, removing the guts of the OEM splitter and putting an adjustable bias on the rear line to tune front/rear bias. Just another option but probably more stuffing around if your just after a simple solution.
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    i wouldnt waste your time buying a new one... they can be had for around 80 in good cond.
    where can you get them from?

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