Is the master cylinder different between ABS and non ABS cars?
I was thinking of replacing the proportioning valve with an ajustable one, but will probably require repositioning to access it?
I am planning on doing this when engine is out.
I've got 6pot wilwood in front and slightly larger disks in the rear, but always have a weird feeling on the brake pedal as if I have air in the system. Fuse is out when racing so I don't use the ABS. Since engine is out, I would like to remove the ABS to eliminate the ABS system from the equation...
I've bled the system multiple times and also had the brakes bled by others (professional mechanic) and always same result. I agree, if no leaks just simply removing the fuse should work. But since engine is out, I would like to remove the ABS pump or motor and ECU... remove prop valve and install an aftermarket one that could be adjusted... I don't mind re doing brake lines, just want to make sure I know how to do correct plumbing. Yes I have brake support bracket. Thanks
Ok, so I'm thinking of removing the OEM prop valve to replace with a Wilwood adjustable prop valve... the plan: from master to new prop valve, then one line to each front wheel and one adjustable outlet T'ing to each rear wheel line. Now, technical question... I wanted to change the pistons in the Master, but I've obviously ordered the wrong parts because the pistons are a bit different. Biggest difference is the back piston doesn't have the slot in it where the side screw goes through. So I'm wondering if I purchased the non-ABS piston kit. Now, if I'm removing the ABS, should I be replacing the pistons in the master with these pistons??? Anyone know any info on this?
Oh also, anyone know which line from master should go to front wheels? The back outlet on the Master (farthest from firewall) is identified with the letter "S" ??? Can't remember the letter on the other outlet... "P" maybe.... Primary and Secondary???