Originally Posted by vstol
No air in the master cylinder and reverse bled all four corners and no air. I have brakes just not sure how much since I only moved the car back and forth in the garage since the steering wheel is not attached. That said the pedal feels soft as my power brakes. I have not driven a manual brake system since 77 but I thought it would certainly take more pressure to stop it. Wilwood said to go with the 15/16ths bore for my car with C4 brakes but I noticed that the C3 manual master cylinders are 1 inch bore.... I might just said @@#$% Wilwood and go to a plan old master cylinder for the C3. This is not rocket science and not my first build but my first with Wilwood. Thanks for your comments
Yep - the smaller the bore - the more pressure it will make - but the softer the pedal will be....
However -- You also haven't bedded the pads/rotors..... and just pushing on the pedal isn't going to be real world pedal feel.
You can ALWAYS change the master if you don't like it once it's on the road.
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