Your brake pedal is connected to the thin sheet metal firewall which flexes as you apply the brakes. The firewall is not stiff enough to deal with the constant repeated forces while applying the brakes. The Perrin Master Cylinder Brace creates bridge betweem the firewall, master cylinder,and the shool tower, significatly reducing flex in the firewall while braking.
Stiffen Brake Pedal Feel
The Perrin Master Cylinder Brace significantly reduces flex at the firewall, so you get solid brake pedal feel with every application of the brakes. This is very noticeable while under eavy braking and even slowing for a stop sign. The difference can immediately be felt after installation.
When possible we try to design Master Cylinder Braces in one piece to improve rigidity. The Perrin Master Cylinder Brace are CNC machines from a large iece of 6061-T6 billet aluminum for extreme stiffness. With stainless steel hardware and an anodized finish, the Perrin Master Cylinder Brace will look great and last the life of the car, even in the harshest conditions.
The Perrin Master Cylinder Brace is design to attach strategically to multiple points on the shock tower. This helps reduce flex in the brake master cylinder by creating a solid connection between it and the chassis. To further aid in stiffening or tightening up this connection, included is an adjustable acrew that allows tension to be preloaded on the master cylinder.
Anodized black with a vivid Perrin logo, the Perrin Master Cylinder Brace are guaranteed to continue looking great while being used.
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