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Bel Air kiwi 
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Bel Air kiwi
Loc: New Zealand
Reg: 04-24-14
12-30-17 12:29 PM - Post#2719444    
    In response to Cruzin Okie

Hi Johnnie, Thanks for your kind thoughts. I had a great family Christmas and am now painting the house. Summer here.

To get the best out of those disc's you will need a big booster. This will tend to overpower your rear drums so an adjustable proportioning valve is the best fix as it means you can tune in the exact pressure difference you need.

Where about's are you putting your master cylinder?

Cheers Kiwi, all the best for the new year to you and yours.
48 3100 RHD, 51 Deluxe 4DR RHD, 51 Bel Air parts car, 52 Bel Air P-Glide LHD. Others 23T, 32 Tudor, 58 Edsel pacer 4DR HDT, 79 F250 351C RHD. 69,70,82 Capri. No mobile, no TV, and no Jap cars.

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