sek8031 wrote:Also, what are you going to do with that surfboard and rack, if you haven't already junked it?
evildky wrote:I've been considdering the new pedals wiht dual masters as well (but I was gonna run forward masters) I just can't get my head around how the pedals @" to the left would feel, I thought the stock pedals felt natural
so what bore diameters are you going with on the masters?
Japanese domestic market (JDM) Z31 was the 200Z and you could get it with a RB20DET engine. It was the marketed as the 200ZR. It had a rear sump oil pan that will fit on the RB26. The oil pickup works too. It was the pan of choice for swappers because it was cheap and available.Redbeauty84ZX wrote:so when you say the Z31 pan do you mean the factory 84-89 300ZX oil pan fits the RB26? Is there some fab work needed???
I wanted black or Laguna Sega Blue. I am finding them both a little over done and starting to get confused on the color. I'll figure something out.S13ManBoy wrote: what do you think your final color is going to be?
From what I have read, the master bore diameter should be based on the number and diameter of the brake caliper pistons (displacement). This should be evenly balanced so the same stroke (front and rear master) should engage the brake pads at aprox the same time. After this happens, the bias adjustment in the pedal setup will increase the "FORCE" then applied to the pads. I should be OK with the 7/8". I'll let you know after turn 1evildky wrote:you are running 2 7/8 master for the brakes!? you are gonna have a heavy rear bias to tune out, so I guess you are gonna run a prop valve i conjunction wiht the ballance bar?
Mmmmmm Maybe.What rear brakes am I going with? What size diameter rotor?What are the number of pistons and diameter? What is the brake pad composition?evildky wrote:ummmm...no, you can email tilton your car specs, weight, pistons # and size and they'll tell you what diameters you should be running, generally the rear culinder is gonna be smaller, with your setup your rears are gonna lock up even with the ballance bar adjusted all the way out
^^^ l l l VERY jelous!gmac708 wrote:
try running the 13" rotor w/ 6 piston setup from arizonazcar up front and their 12.2" rotor w/ 4 piston caliper in back. i would think that would fix having the same size master for front and reargmac708 wrote:
Mmmmmm Maybe.What rear brakes am I going with? What size diameter rotor?What are the number of pistons and diameter? What is the brake pad composition?
Lots of variables. I agree that the balance bar is for fine tuning. I got the tables for "caliper piston displacement/master cylinder size" based on caliper type, calipers per master cylinder, piston diameter, number of pistons per caliper and everything indicates I should be in the ballpark. The cool thing with this setup is that it is adjustable. I should be able to swap out masters as well.