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the_big_1

posted on 19/4/19 at 09:14 PM Reply With Quote
Front, rear bias

Hi guys,

I stripped my pedal box, to clean, paint, rebuild etc and as usual, missed taking some notes lol. I have two brake cylinders, 0.70 and 0.625. Which would you use for front, and which rear?

Cheers!

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westf27

posted on 20/4/19 at 07:21 AM Reply With Quote
.7 for rear and .625 for front is what I did .Shoes on rear with pads on front.





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AdamR20

posted on 20/4/19 at 08:17 AM Reply With Quote
I would use the 0.625 on the rear usually, but the only way to know for sure is to do some sums: http://www.brakepower.com
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CTLeeds

posted on 20/4/19 at 03:14 PM Reply With Quote
The smaller bore cylinder would normally go up front as it will create greater pressure than the larger bore cylinder giving bias to the front assuming a normally setup system.

Chris

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Angel Acevedo

posted on 22/4/19 at 10:44 PM Reply With Quote
For what its worth, I will be installing the smaller bore connected to the fronts, but making arrangements to make changes somewhat easier...
I will be using Bulkhead connectors so, it will be pretty straightforward to change front to back...





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