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Discussion in 'Car Modification' started by niklys, Dec 16, 2018.
Why lock up? Weaker servo, need more force to brake only....
Try dy. Better get some reliable. Brake wohh... Hahaha
Usually is the diaphragm, well, if CRV one can fit might as well change......lol
Evo servo same size as Pajero LO servo?
The price u mentioned is the same range of used Pajero servo
because need more force, step until lock up. ahahaha.
Pajero share many parts. My VR front pads same as Pajero V6 pads......
Actually too big is dangerous, meaning over boost. Mechanic had a customer, who mod the servo himself, a giant one for his old 120Y. In a corner, he was going too fast wanted to slow down, but brakes was so good, the moment he step it locked and the car just slide off......lol
My servo is from gsr halfcut. Should be single layer i think
If we were to get evo twin servo, any idea how much they’d cost?
Shaking nonstop d. Hahahahaa
Prolly running engine stock for few months, then decide to do some minor upgrades. Btw, I’ve been trying to observe reviews for Work Engineering Pro Gauge 2 Plus, but cant find much. Any idea on the reliabilities of the gauge?
I got 16 because of ps4 since ps4 smallest is 16 inches. :(
Though, i got 205/50/16. Seems cukup size to fill up my wheelarch hahahahaha
I just got my soundproofing done for firewall, whole floor, door, door trims, boot, and spare tyre compartment. Will get roof done as well once my audi sunroof arrive for installation and wrapping my roof, A, B, and C pillar. Just one pic by my foreman on my soundproofing. Will get more pics!
Wah! you doing up a lot. Mine just engine transplant, with drive shaft, brakes, servo, exhaust, suspension and a set of 16" then later 17". Other all stock......lol
TS plan for sometimes. Not suddenly jump to conclusion.
if i may chip in on braking...
its the master brake pump u should change not the servo. Servo is like brake booster, assist on applying pressure to the brake caliper with lower force apply on the pedal.
mitsubishi has marking on how big the diameter is. for example, my recent brake upgrade i changed master pump to evo 6 but retain the v6 servo.
V6 1 inch
E6 17/16 inch
upsized 1/16 but pedal feel improved and drive with confidence.
Yes, you can do that too, but if servo is small changing to bigger helps a lot too. My original on the Mitsu super saloon was single layer, about same size, but my VR4 half cut one was double layer, so I transfer every thing over......lol
that's because the car is light. in my case, when i swap to my 93 engine, my servo, master pump, calipers all still using 1.5 except for the rear using 1.6/1.8 calipers. reason was the shop that did the swap said 1.5 front caliper and pumps/servo still can use. so what happen is, i was driving and it was raining quite heavy, reaching a traffic light i step on the brakes and the car brake lock on all 4 tires and was sliding. lucky i was quick to put it in neutral and pull the handbrakes. if not i would've knock the car in front.
the next few days went and bought GSR front calipers and swap. no more brake locks but i can still feel the car slowly braking and sliding through corners. so ended up buying evo servo with pumps and use trestor advantage. until today i'm pretty happy with my brakes. haha. but i need to change the hoses to braided ones for more efficient braking.
Locking the front is not as bad as locking the rears. If rear lock and your car at an angle sure to spin.....lol
Your case could be rear stronger than front, before total swap....
yeah maybe. haha. but not fun.
You’re right. Planned for some time d. And i finally got some pictures of soundproofing done to share with you guys!