Originally posted by Jon Bogert
With a street driven car you have the advantage of knowing the stock baseline specs. Start from there and calculate the % change in front and rear piston area vs. stock. Chances are it won't be that far off and you won't need to change a thing.
Stock MC's from the factory area at least 20% "overstroked." This is to allow max pedal travel even with a circuit failure.
It's called "the MC over-travel"