Master Cylinders Parts For Bentley Continental. The master cylinder is the component that generates all of the pressure for the braking system, and if it develops any sort of problems sealing or distributing pressure, this may be felt in the pedal. Fill Your Cart With Color Today!

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If your brake fluid becomes tainted, the rubber seals on the master cylinder have broken and the fluid cannot effectively hold pressure. Tuff Stuff OEM style cast iron and aluminum Smoothie master cylinders fit virtually all hot rods, customs & muscle cars. It is a remarkable device that uses two pistons in the same cylinder in a way that makes the cylinder relatively failsafe.

Master cylinders are single piston, straight-bore type cylinders with a return spring, and are available with or without an integral reservoir.

If the brake master cylinder is leaking braking fluid or if there are unsecured reservoirs on the cylinder which are holding the fluid, then you will almost be guaranteed of having a low brake fluid level.

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It also includes a brake fluid reservoir that can be filled if you notice you have a leak. If your brake fluid becomes tainted, the rubber seals on the master cylinder have broken and the fluid cannot effectively hold pressure. Two-stage master cylinders incorporate the advantage of a large piston for fluid volume and a small piston for high pressure.