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Author Topic:   Brake Bias Gauges
Lundyracing
Member
posted March 27, 2000 10:28 AM
Recently purchased brake bias gauges. Wondering what kind of pressures (ballpark) we should be seeing front and back and what kind of split between front and back?
We run Tilton pedals and master cylinders. 1" front and back with mid-size metric calipers.
I know that this is partially based on driver preference and type of tracks raced on but a baseline would be beneficial.
Thankks


modified
Member
posted March 27, 2000 05:50 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Lundyracing:
Recently purchased brake bias gauges. Wondering what kind of pressures (ballpark) we should be seeing front and back and what kind of split between front and back?
We run Tilton pedals and master cylinders. 1" front and back with mid-size metric calipers.
I know that this is partially based on driver preference and type of tracks raced on but a baseline would be beneficial.
Thankks


we start the night with even bias and see what the car wants. we run 7/8" mastercylinders front and rear and have about 1000psi when they are even......


modified37
Member
posted July 24, 2000 06:51 PM
What ever you do don't turn the brake bias when your foot is on the brake petal or it will upset the chassis going into the corner making the car push in the corner!

[This message has been edited by modified37 (edited 07-26-2000).]

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