Re: cpp C3 master cylinder.. what hole and pushrod length
Manual masters are supposed to have deep pistons, as you said. For all manual configurations, the clevis should be adjusted so the pin goes through the top hole. It's perhaps that your pushrod is too long? How does the pushrod get secured to the Master so it doesnt fall out?
To give you an idea, the wilwood tandem's (7/8" bore) is held in by a washer and circlip. Can you hack down the rod and adjust the clevis to fit where it should be on the pedal?
Before you hack, call CPP and ask WTF>
Oh, and pics can help!! (us)
FYI, the info that came with the master should state how long of a stroke it has.
'69 SS396 -Build Thread
A mishmash of American made suspension components and Australian brakes. L33 obtained, swap in planning phase.
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