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Porportioning Valve for the Brakes 1 25.00%
New Master Cylinder Front Disc, Drum Rear 3 75.00%
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Old 03-09-2014, 09:30 PM   #1
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Can I run front disc and rear drums on a single bowl stock master cylinder? I also have a power booster but its doesnt have brackets and havnt installed yet. What is the cheapest way to get my brakes working together???
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Dont. Get the dual MC and run a Porportioning valve. The valve is a requirement with front disc and rear drums
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Do I need an adjustable one? Or a disc drum stock one from a later car?
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I run the adjustable one I would recommend it for tuning ability.
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If your gonna buy one, buy the adjustable valve.

I found out on my car that power brakes are not needed once you convert to discs. It will have all the stopping power you need.




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I also found the above to be true
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