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abs removal problem

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by 92b17, Dec 26, 2004.

  1. 92b17

    92b17 Junior Member

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    for various reasons, i attempted the abs removal in my 92 gsr, using a lot of RS parts.

    i used the RS MC, stock abs booster, RS prop valve, and front RS hardlines. to bridge the gap to the rear, i used the old abs lines and bent them. removed all the abs junk, bled the system and went for a drive...

    the pedal felt fine for a little while, but it was really high up, i noticed. but it was still driving normal. after a few minutes, i felt the car getting slower and the brakes were engaged while NOT braking. several minutes later, the brakes become fully engaged, like slamming them, but i wasnt; i was just driving. at this point, the brake pedal couldnt be depressed at all! The car became undrivable; i was toasting my brake pads, so i pulled over.
    my question is what would cause so much pressure to build up in the brake system? If the rear lines that i bent were slightly crimped, could it cause this? i appreciate any help
     
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    GSRCRXsi Super Moderator Moderator VIP

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    i think you have to use a non abs booster
     
  3. 92b17

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    please explain to me why this might be necessary. the bolt pattern is the same for both...i dont get it :(

    could it be anything else?
     
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