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Thread: E21 RHD turbo manifold/options

  1. #16
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    It feels the same as the original, since the original set up is also using a push rod and remote booster as well.

    As to your 2nd question. Drifters use this set up often. Running only the front brakes with the booster and have a separate brake cylinder attached to a handbrake to control the rear wheels. The purpose of the extra master cylinder is to lock rears up for the drift. This does make the whole braking system unbalanced and dangerous for inexperienced drivers, if your planning on having the car as a daily driver or road registered I highly recommend that you DON'T do this.
    Last edited by mbuus; 08-08-2012 at 10:56 AM.

  2. #17
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    Use 77model e21 twin brake booster..I did this on my e21 turbo setup

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