Re: [DML] Brakes broke..
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Re: [DML] Brakes broke..



It's a bit closer to the weight distribution  of the car, most being over
the back wheels.

The original old MC is a Saab unit, its from a Saab 90/99 from around 1978.

Dan


On 26/7/06 23:09, "Marc Levy" <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Thanks for the bleeding tip..  Will try that.
> 
> One has to wonder, why did DMC choose to order their
> MC with the strange proportions?
> 
> Anyone know?
> 
> 
> --- Tom Niemczewski <tomciodmc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 
>> Hi Mark
>> 
>> I too have the Saab MC on my car and I can say that
>> my brakes are better
>> than on the stock unit. Since the rear tires are
>> much larger than the front
>> and most of the weight on the rear it works really
>> good. During hard braking
>> the front locks up slightly before the rear so the
>> balance is good.
>> There is a trick to bleed the air completely out of
>> the front calipers. I
>> had trouble with my brakes where after replacing
>> everything the pedal would
>> stay soft no matter what. I found out that to
>> properly remove all air from
>> the front calipers you have to remove the mounting
>> bolts and twist them 90
> 
> 
> 







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