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rear disc brake swap.
Posted 08 June 2006 - 05:03 PM
Posted 08 June 2006 - 07:16 PM
Remember when we talked about this Jon? It's way worth it! Good luck!
hey bud yeah i remember. i just remember you talking about '85 turbos is all. wanted to know what other years are interchangeable. gonna need brakes soon so i figure i may as well swap while i'm at it. and keep all that info comming guys! i think i'll add the valve. i haven't heard one person state that adding it will ************ ************ up so on it goes. rather put it on now than later.
Posted 08 June 2006 - 08:12 PM
Where and how would you install this valve in an EA81? Pics?
I mounted it using it's stock bracket from the EA82 to one of the mounting holes for the Brat's fuel pump shelf.... but the Brat's fuel pump is located in a different spot than the other EA81's... basically the bracket just has two holes, and you need to find a spot for it. The hard lines I used from the donor car - I pulled as many of the hard lines from the rear of the car as I could get - as well as the couplers and stuff. They bend real easily to fit wherever you decide to put the valve. I just routed the lines as best I could and zip-tied them. I'm sure with more time and effort you could make new lines, and do a more proffessional job of routing. I can get pics of mine if you like, but again - it's a Brat so it's different under there.
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