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Jon Ingram

Mike Ciurylo

The car must be equipped with a braking system that


acts on all four wheels and is operated by a single
control.

It must have two independent hydraulic circuits such


that in the case of a leak or failure at any point in the
system, effective braking power is maintained on at
least two wheels.

Each hydraulic circuit must have its own fluid reserve,


either by the use of separate reservoirs or by the use of
a dammed, OEMstyle reservoir.

The brake system must be capable of locking all four (4)


wheels during braking test.

Brake-by-wire systems are prohibited.

http://auto.howstuffworks.com/autoparts/brakes/brake-types/brake3.htm

Reverse Mount Pedal


6:1 ratio
Adjustable

Wilwood TM1 Tandem MC


5/8 Bore
1.31 Stroke
Compact Design
Lightweight
Mounting Bracket

Weight transfer to front during braking


Lower pressure to rear caliper
62% Front 38% Rear
Adjustable

Front

Master Cylinder
Proportioning Valve

Rear

Withstand master cylinder pressure


Flexible: pedals and front calipers
Hard Line: rear caliper and to front flex
Fittings

Wilwood PS1 Caliper


2 Pistons
Piston Area: 0.79 in2
Weight: 0.93 lbs

Material: 420 Stainless Steel


Dimensions: 7 OD 3/16 thick
Mass: 1.22 lbs
Floating Design

Item

Price Each

Quantity

Price Total

Pedal Assembly

58.00

58.00

Master Cylinder

97.14

97.14

Calipers

91.74

275.22

Brake Pads (4)

47.03

94.06

Proportioning Valve

45.30

45.30

Brake Line Steel (20')

45.78

45.78

Brake Line Flex (12")

7.98

15.96

Brake Line Flex (22")

13.84

27.68

Fittings (kit)

39.95

39.95

205.63

205.63

Rotor Material (24"x24")

Total

904.72