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    Default 2010 Camaro brake Master+booster

    Hi, can someone tell me that which Port IS for rear? I have difficulty getting My brakes to Works so im gonna Bolt The gen5 Camaro Master and booster to My car

    Should Be plenty braking Power after that.

    It has two ports only but dont know which is for rear and front

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    I would guess neither. Modern systems are typically diagonal I believe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Mc Mahon View Post
    I would guess neither. Modern systems are typically diagonal I believe
    thank you very much, so dont matter, gonna put the proportion valve in the and that should do the trick.

    I rebled the whole system today after i changed the proportion valve to another model, slight change but not so much id hoped for. So The 2013 camaro brake master and booster goes in this week. Gonna report what happens after that. The Wilwood master moves too little fluid i think. I should have boughtbigger then the 7/8. Mayde 15/16 would be about right.

    Well that was my bad, should had calculated the braking forces correctly but i dont how and ordered the master too fast. I think the brakes should lock all tires when needed, with this master that would not happen in asfalt even in slower speeds, maybe in gravel but surely not in asfalt.

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    Booster and brackets almost ready. Tomorrow brackets are ready and try to Bolt everything together and after that bleeding etc. Gonna show pictures after The swap.

    Have to weld new brake pedal brackets also to get adjusting nut etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Mc Mahon View Post
    I would guess neither. Modern systems are typically diagonal I believe
    Its not diagonal system. The nearest Port to The booster is for front brakes and The other for rear ones. Just tested It today after The swap. Rear calibers lock before The fronts.

    Gonna swap The lines on monday.

    The brakes are really awesome! They are like new car brakes, pedal is really gentle to push and car stops really fast!

    Would recommend this swap to anyone!

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    I don’t think it’s that simple but if it works great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Mc Mahon View Post
    I donít think itís that simple but if it works great!
    Well i swapped The lines yesterday and now it Works really good! Front ones locks first as IT should. Stopping Power IS awesome!

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    If memory serves an SSR master cylinder has the ports on the fender side.
    Last edited by CarlC; 2 Weeks Ago at 07:41 AM.
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