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Discussion in 'Fully Torqued Racing' started by OLD H2S, Mar 1, 2017.

  1. OLD H2S

    OLD H2S Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    Pete, What is the recommended size for the rear rotors for the Cobra set up?
    Can I use the Bear 13" rotors that are weirdly shaped with the sloping shaped hubs?
    I am thinking of using a 1/4 turn valve in the rear brake line for a parking brake?
    What size master brake cylinder to use, my '96 is a 1 1/16th.
    Proportioning valve needed? or modify the block one on the car?
     
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    OLD H2S Well-Known Member SN95 Supporter

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    OK, some of the answers I found on your web site. The Baer style rear rotors will work with a 7/16 wheel spacer.
     
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    Your 96 uses hydro boost. No reason to swap master cylinder

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    The Baer 13" rotors are 13" and they rub on the outer edge but not much, could be cleaned up easy. The rest of the Cobra rotors are 12.88" which clear the mounting brackets just right. Now about the rear brake lines, stock will not fit and the nice ones that come with the kit need an adaptor at the 3 way junction rear brake line connector?