|11-07-2005 01:10 AM|
|11-02-2005 10:17 PM|
It installs in the rear line ONLY.
Many people choose to use only the proportioning valve and not the metering valve for several reasons, including the fact you can buy it seperately and adjust it to suit your needs.... and 4 wheel discs normally dont need front metering. Front metering can be quite useful for disc/drum in the snow.
|11-02-2005 05:01 PM|
i like the one from summit, its $40 and does it install in like the front brake line? and it controls just the front pressure which acutlly controls all? do you know what i mean?
|11-02-2005 04:08 PM|
Another place to obtain one:
|11-01-2005 06:56 PM|
You should be able to get adapters to go from the bubble fares (I think they are also called ISO flares) to either standard INnverted Flare, or National Pipe Thread, to fit the adjustable valve. The adjustable valves like in the picture usually come with adapters to INF, because the valve body uses NPT.
There are adapters to go from just about anything to anything else when it comes to pipe and tubing.
|11-01-2005 06:00 PM|
Master Power Brakes sells all kinds of brake parts and pieces.......and they are in your state......North Carolina. They cater to the street rod crowd......and are on the same road as a LOT of the Nascar teams......and should be able to help.
|11-01-2005 05:54 PM|
the only thing i know is a brake flow adj valve..or pro-valve...summit sell's them... see picture...it's called a double flare....
|11-01-2005 03:07 PM|
Adj Brake Proportioning Valve?
Where can i get one? it kinda needs to be metric and bubble flare would be nice as its going on my vw sandrail, thanks