Handbrake Master Cylinders

Handbrake Master Cylinders

These master cylinders are designed to make locking the rear wheels as easy and reliable as possible. Wilwood master cylinders are the industry standard for drift applications and are used in competitions from grassroots to Formula Drift.  

 

You can dial in the feel of your handbrake by changing the master cylinder size. We recommend using the 5/8" option to start with. It is the most popular and gives you the lightest pull. By going up in size, the length of the pull will shorten, but you will have to pull harder. 

 

 

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$75.00Price
Application
Master Cylinder Size