Coupe GT rear disc conversion, pressure regulator
ti at amb.org
Mon Jan 27 13:57:26 EST 2003
auditude at cox.net writes:
> The cables are cheap, and I'm wondering about the pressure regulator. One =
> theory is to take the regulator from the car the axle came from. From what=
> I know, the regulator from the '88 90 is the same as the one on my '86 CGT.
> The other theory, which I think is the more "right" way to do it, is to use=
> the pressure regulator that came on the '87.5 CGT. This makes the most se=
> nse since the regulator is probably most associated with the chassis and ve=
> hicle weight, and less so the axle.
The regulator is adjustable, so it shouldn't matter which unit you use
as long as it attaches to the axle correctly via the little spring.
You should adjust it such that the rear brakes do not lock up before
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