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FS: 4040 Brake Proportioning Valve $30 Shipped

Discussion in 'Parts: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by D See 2, Jan 6, 2005.

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    SOLD to "MaaseyRacer"!!!
     
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    I can buy it from you in a week or two...

    What mods are necessary to put it in a 92-95 Civic?
     
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    I believe all you need to do is re-drill one or two holes in the black mounting bracket.
     
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    I am very interested. I have the cash now... Let me know.
     
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    what does this do...just wondering i saw the crx in this issue of Honda tuning had it....
     
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    It divides the brake fluid flow up correctly for a Civic or Integra with rear discs. The stock proportioning valve for the rear drum setup sends 30% to the rear- the one for the rear discs sends 40%.
     
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    i used the rear and front rotors from my 90 teg and installed them on my 91 crx do i need to change this valve.....i dont mean to post whore but we are talking about the same thing...
     
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    You don't HAVE to. I'm still using the stock prop valve on my Civic after converting to discs, and it stopped just fine with the stock rotors at all 4 corners. After upgrading to 11 inchers all around, the rears actually lock up at the same time as the fronts- so I probably won't upgrade. If anything, I'll buy another prop valve just to cut myself up and put it in for a comparison- but it's not absolutely necessary.
     
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    Sorry guys..... But I just bought it. Thanks again bro, I look forward to recieving it.
     
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    what about the brake booster and master cylinder?....should that be changed....the reason i ask is because the wreking yard is going to pick up the shell and i wonder if i should scavenge those parts.....
     
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    Yes... it's best to but you still don't have to. Start a thread in the right forum- don't have a discussion here in the classifieds.
     
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