Re: [DML] Brake Master Cylinder
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Re: [DML] Brake Master Cylinder

It doesn't need a valve to achieve the proportioning, that's done  
internally with springs as it's a twin o/p cylinder.


Quoting John Hervey <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

> I just found something intresting on Page 12 of the Technical Manual
> paragraph 4 last sentence:
> The brake master fluid reservoir is equipped with a float actuated, low
> fluid warning indicator. However, the system ( in Bold ) is not
> equipped with a low pressure indicator, a metering valve, proportioning
> valve or a combination of these valves.
> Intresting.
> John Hervey

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