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01-27-2013 10:13 AM
OneMoreTime As a practical matter start out on a gravel parking lot where you can easily see the marks made when you make a hard stop. The it takes several runs to get the brake bias somewhere close so you have even braking on both ends..then we proceed to the track where we can make faster runs and do some more testing to get a fine tune on the brake bias..Hope this helps a bit..

01-27-2013 09:07 AM
MARTINSR I think this is a good discussion on the subject.

01-27-2013 08:47 AM
454 Rattler You might try doing a search on this site. Lots of info on it.

01-26-2013 10:35 PM
rusty duck
Adjusting Proportioning Valve

After the prop valve is installed what is the best way to adjust it?

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