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Tilton Engineering Products

Tilton Engineering was founded in 1972 with the goal of providing technologically innovative parts at a price that the average racer could afford. Tilton made history in the 1980s by manufacturing the first carbon racing clutch. After scoring the first-ever Formula 1 race win for a carbon clutch (Ayrton Senna, Lotus-Honda, 1987 USGP-Detroit), the Tilton carbon clutch was awarded the Louis Schwitzer award for technological innovation at Indy in 1988.

Tilton 7.25" OT-2 Series Clutches and Parts
Tilton 7.25" OT-2 Series Clutches and Parts
Tilton 5.5" OT-3 Series Clutches and Parts
Tilton 5.5" OT-3 Series Clutches and Parts
Tilton Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearings
Tilton Hydraulic Clutch Release Bearings
Tilton 2- and 3-Pedal Assemblies
Tilton 2- and 3-Pedal Assemblies
Tilton Master Cylinders
Tilton Master Cylinders
Tilton 77-Series Rear Pivoting Master Cylinders
Tilton 77-Series Rear Pivoting Master Cylinders
Tilton Master Cylinder Parts
Tilton Master Cylinder Parts
Tilton Brake Balance Bars and Proportioning Valves
Tilton Brake Balance Bars and Proportioning Valves
Tilton Super Starters
Tilton Super Starters
Tilton XLT Starters
Tilton XLT Starters

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Tilton Starter Solenoid for #1151 or #1153 XLT Starters
Tilton Starter Solenoid for #1151 or #1153 XLT Starters

This Tilton starter solenoid fits the Tilton XLT Starter for FF1600 / S2000 with Mk 9 Gearbox and the Tilton XLT Starter for Cosworth FA with FT200 Gearbox.

F3/OT-2 Clutch Disc, 7.25", 7/8x20 Spline, FF/SV
F3/OT-2 Clutch Disc, 7.25", 7/8x20 Spline, FF/SV

This metallic clutch disc fits 7 1/4 inch racing clutches including Tilton OT-II, AP F3, and Quarter Master. 7/8-20 spline fits most Formula Ford 1600.

Tilton 77-series Master Cylinder, Pivot Type, 7/8" Bore Size
Tilton 77-series Master Cylinder, Pivot Type, 7/8" Bore Size

Tilton 77-Series 7/8 inch bore Master Cylinders have a rear pivot mount and one-piece pushrod/piston. This eliminates lateral loads for more consistent braking.