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    looks great fun mate good work aswell.
    it needs videos working hehe
    stanced vert OEM BABY! when verts go mad
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikaveli View Post
    Great guide.

    How much bite is there without servo assist?
    What you mean by servo assist mate?

    You only need to Pull leaver 1 inch max and bck wheels lock up
     
     

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    Jesus crazy did you think it was a 3 rating by any chance?!

    Nice DIY, interesting, benefits of using hydraulic though?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinbmw318is View Post
    looks great fun mate good work aswell.
    it needs videos working hehe
    Ill see if I can Get my mate to drive behind me and Ill get some vids up.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtsystems View Post
    Jesus crazy did you think it was a 3 rating by any chance?!

    Nice DIY, interesting, benefits of using hydraulic though?
    Lol didn't no a mod had to check my post before it was posted.

    Benifits For me Are For drifting mate, locks wheels up much better, doesn't stay on so once you let go it just release's.

    Rather than clutch kicking and swinging out of the steering wheel to start a drift, just pull the Hydro and it kicks out much easyier.
     
     

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    I may be a real noob but what's it for... Is it intended as a replacement for the original handbrake or stunt/race driving?
     
     

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    Intended from drifting in my case mate, but also used in rally and stunt cars.
     
     

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    hi mate does your standard handbrake still work?
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokyo-ben View Post
    hi mate does your standard handbrake still work?
    Yes normal handbrake still stays in original place and works as normal.
     
     

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    Nice one mate. but doesn't this mean that the brake pedal doesn't control the rear brakes anymore? just the hydro handbrake does?
     
     

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