Now, because the volume of the 2-piston calipers is so much greater, you really need to replace the master cylinder with the upgraded one as well. Because the stock master cylinder has a brake tee built into it, and the new one doesn't, you'll have to adapt. I got one of these:

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It's advertised on Ebay and Amazon as a VW Dune Buggy part, but it's just a metric (10mm x 1mm) brake line tee.

Then, with another pair of the Earl's Performance 592032ERL Fittings and a 9" -3an Stainless Line, here is the finished install:

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Properly bleed the brakes (have a VERY large container of brake fluid on hand). Start with the rear, and then the passenger front, then driver's front.

Done!! Enjoy your new braking power!


Curt Shambeau
87 Mitsubishi Montero SWB (Turbo G64b wideblock conversion soon)