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Source for dual m/c setup to fit early 911 tub?

Does anyone have a source for a dual master cylinder and adjustable brake bias setup that will fit an early car. The fabcar/smart racing setup is not an easy bolt in to an early tub.

I thought I had seen some repro 935 style units but can't recall where...

Would also look at any spares setups you might consider selling.
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I researched this a while ago and found auto accociates and i think 901 shop can modify a stock pedal box for dual masters but i think the price was in the $1200 range. Troutman use to do this but does not anymore. i also noticed patrick motorsports shows a dual master setup for $650, i have not called them about it however.
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They are still listed on the Troutman Web page, strange that they don't do it anymore. There is also a place in the UK that does it, they had a big ad in a recent 911&Porsche World, but the name escapes me right now....

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I've put a Tilton dual setup in some early 911's, but it's not bolt-in, there is some custom work to be done for bracing...
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The 901 Shop in Stewart Fla. has a very nice bolt in setup.

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thanks for the leads guys
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I've got a dual master set-up from these guys. Not cheap ($1800 + plumbing), but it's worked great for a number of years now and required no cutting or welding. It uses the standard Tilton parts and adjuster.

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