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Author Topic:   Brake effort
marty
Member
posted May 06, 2002 06:35 AM
I was wondering if any of you guys could give me any tips to improve my brakes. At the moment i have to use far too much pedal effort too soon to slow the car down to get it into the turns. I'm running twin 3/4 inch master cylinders & mintex M1155 pads & i also have plenty of leverage on the pedal (but i may change this to a cantilever design). Any thoughts would be welcome.
Thanks.


#28
Member
posted May 06, 2002 09:20 AM
I agree with #28, change to a larger dia. master cylider, if you want to stop faster.


SSMFAN40
Member
posted May 06, 2002 06:22 PM
I agree with 28 and strokin but would like to ad this buy a BRAKE-GUARD system and you will enhance performance due to smoother braking.


Racer18
Member
posted May 06, 2002 09:08 PM
You may want to try adding more gear, and let the motor and gear help with de-acceleration.


xhubby
Member
posted May 07, 2002 08:00 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Strokin27:
I agree with #28, change to a larger dia. master cylider, if you want to stop faster.

I'v got 1" cylinders in front and rear. I'v got good front brakes but lousey rear.I was told to run a smaller cylinder to the rear to create more pressure. Agree or disagree? Thanks.

mod27
Member
posted May 08, 2002 07:58 PM
larger cylinders, Brake Guards, and some Willwood Polymatrixs pads.


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