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    problem - R32 non abs master cylinder

    how are the lines setup, there is 4 outlets how are the lines meant to go when installed in a 86/ke70???

    any pics of peoples installs??

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    This is R32 non-abs that I used. Don't know what you have with 4 outlets.......

    On the left R is for the rear brakes, other two marked F go to the fronts.

    I removed the original proportional valve.
    I then bent the passenger side front line to reach the newmaster cylinder.
    I then bent the rear single line to match up with new master cylinder.
    I then used the line from the OLD master cylinder to OLD old proportional valve as the NEW line for the Drivers side front, with some bending, shortening and a re-flare on one end.

    The setup didn't require any new lines, just some fiddling, careful bending and a re-flare of one end.

    Sorry I don't have any installed pics showing detail, its mostly covered by intake plenum.
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    hey.
    Did you use any proportioning valve at all? How does it feel? Reckon people thinking of doing rx7 brakes with r32 master should use one?
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    I dont get how your not using prop valve? does your braking work ok?

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    i am halfway through this. I am going to blank off one of the front valves and keep the stock proportioning valve

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    im not using a proportioning vavle, all i did was bent the lines with drfter 86 and made it fit on the r32 master
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    prop valve is built into it the r32 mc

    4 outlet is for 2 front and 2 rear
    3 outlet is for 2 front and 1 rear
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    Rthy is on the money, has proportioning system built in.

    I have RX7 4 Piston fronts and T-18 Drums on the rear, proportioning feels fine and when getting certification plates the tester was impressed by the breaking performance
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    and it bolts straight onto the original studs???

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