And much the same idea that McClaren used for their F1 cars a few years back to get around the anti-traction control ruling at the time. I thought it was pretty inventive of them, the FIA didnt see it that way. Probably for the best I guess.
Adam. Nice page your brother has there. I had thought I saw the name listed somewhere in an old "Sportscar" magazine ("Trinder?, Could that be the same....nah.") I think it was for the Oregon Trail Rally or something. Do you still navigate for your brother? Funny how those rocks seem to just jump out at your car.
rear brake line from front master cylinder now runs inside the car to the handbrake cylinder, then from there goes to the rear brakes. when hand brake is not applied brake fluid can flow through so you still have normal braking with the peddle. once handbrake is applied the fluid can only travell to the brakes, fluid will not travel to the front master. i retained the mechanical e brake aswell. i mostly did this as i want to upgrade the rear calipers to nissan 2 pot . with the 2 pot calipers there is no mechanical (cable) parking brake as the parking brake on other cars is an internall drum.once the 2 pots are on i will remove the mechanical e brake.
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