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Old 03-16-2019, 06:07 AM   #71
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Come do mine


No joke, what u see in the pic above took a solid 45 mins. The entire car is going to be a 12-15 hour job TwinKams L


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Old 03-16-2019, 01:06 PM   #72
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My statement still stands. Also,I have 3 cars you can do to make it worth your trip
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Old 03-19-2019, 01:54 PM   #73
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I got some stuff for my abs delete. Remanufactured master cylinder up first.. cost $35 and came with some weird plastic fittings and hoses... can anyone tell me why the hell they gave me this crap? Id rather pay $30 and not get this garbage lol




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Old 03-19-2019, 02:34 PM   #74
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Those would be for bench bleeding the cylinder.
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^ This

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Old 03-20-2019, 02:11 PM   #76
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yep. what they said.

put the reservoir in a vise. then you plug the green nipples into the ports on the master cyl. then put the hoses on them. put the reservoir on the master. fill the res. put hoses in the res. push plunger on the back of the master until you get those hoses free of air. remove all that jazz and install in car.
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TwinKams LTwinKams LTwinKams LTwinKams LTwinKams L first mc swap thanks! My dumb ass would have been bleeding the mc from the calipers lol


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Oooh with ABS too, be 'extra' fun that way
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Speaking of extra fun.. I need all your help once again regarding the brakes, so extra fun doesnt turn to extra death wrapped around a tree.

So Ive done a good amount of research but this brake stuff is still a little confusing to me..

So ABS systems have 2 port mc. non abs, 4 port. Got that out the way..

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Prop valve question:

1) Does a non abs system with 4 port mc need a prop valve for rear brakes? Can I run my 4 lines directly do calipers?

2) wilwood has 2 types of prop valves.. one with 2 ports in/out. One with 5 ports, front in, rear in, front out, front our, rear out.


Now if Im not a mechanic by trade and my brake experience is maxed out with bleeding calipers, changing pads/rotors, abs rings.. never did I really mess with the whole system.

So am I missing something? How do I hook up my 4 port (one port per wheel) mc to a prop valve? I cant find a prop valve that has 2 in, 2 out, ports for a non abs mc...

T the line from mc to go into the 1 in/1out mc? Then t after it? That doesnt seem right.

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in the post above, I shared my mc purchase.. many threads out there complaining of a spongy or too far depressing pedal with a 15/16 mc & brembos, should I worry? I also have a non ABS booster.



Guess this is it for now.. Im shopping around for a prop valve.. need your help so I dont buy the wrong shit again and again. Thanks in advance.








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The USDM non-abs P valve is geared towards rear drum brakes. The WRX Type R from Japan had a non-abs rear disc version. The early SVX with no ABS had a 1 1/16 valve . Sadly those are discontinued and I believe only pure MC's like what you got is all that's left atm from aftermarket companies. This is the perfect OEM combo for Brembos on our toys.


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