I thought dual braking systems were split diagonally -- so one circuit
operates front-left, plus rear-right, while the other circuit operates
front-right and rear-left. This would make them equal in terms of
pressure and fluid requirements.
On 10/12/06, Charles & Peggy Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I believe the reason for the dual master cylinder in the so-equipped
> MGB is that the car has disc brakes in front and drum brakes in the
> rear. This necessitates a different size piston in the master for each
> type braking circuit.
> That being said, I agree that each circuit should have a firm pedal.
> My take on the OP's problem is that the rear circuit was clogged up
> and the front circuit wasn't fully bled.