Originally Posted by Mike S
Have you considered using the 3 puck calipers, then playing around with the actuation arm at the pedal to get a different leverage and feel?
Or maybe using a larger bore master cylinder with the 3 puck calipers?
Sure, both. And working from the other direction, Matco offers "intensifier" kits (a smaller master cylinder bore) to increase line pressure with the single piston calipers.
Right now I'm inclined toward a Grove 65-202 (3335 and 170K), but I'd like to hear more about why
they recommend the -211.
Originally Posted by Mark33
It appears as though the RV-14 three 1.25” Matco setup is relatively close to what Groove is recommending (4266 VS. 3974) in-lbs. A persons foot can obviously adjust to how much pressure is needed to apply to the break pedal, or am I missing something here?
You're not missing anything. I'm just looking at the choices and reporting here.