These brake proportion valves enable very precise and sensitive adjustment and regulation of the % braking force (pressure) applied front to back or left to right Brake Bias in single cylinder brake master cylinder set ups -depending on how this is installed. This enables the user to situate the valve within reach of the driver enabling immediate changes of brake bias with changing track conditions during a race or immediately before leaving the pits with changing weather conditions. This greatly improves handling particularly on entry whilst negotiating bends under braking.
• Precision machined from billet aluminium
• Lever adjuster allows for 7 defined adjustment points
• Accurate and fast response
• Inlet & Outlet ports are M10 x 1mm - industry standard size for brake lines
• 150PSI - 1200PSI pressure range
• Suitable for motorsport use
• Enhances control under braking
• Greatly aids turning under braking
• Supplied with instructions
• 1 year guarantee
• Excellent price and FREE UK 1st class postage
IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PERSON INSTALLING AND BRAKE COMPONENT OR KIT TO DETERMINE THE SUITABILITY OF THAT COMPONENT OR KIT FOR THAT PARTICULAR APPLICATION. IF YOU ARE NOT SURE HOW TO SAFELY USE THIS BRAKE COMPONENT OR KIT, YOU SHOULD NOT INSTALL OR USE IT. DO NOT ASSUME ANYTHING. IMPROPERLY INSTALLED OR MAINTAINED BRAKES ARE DANGEROUS. IF YOU ARE UNSURE, SEEK EXPERT PROFESSIONAL QUALIFIED HELP OR RETURN THIS ITEM TO US. YOU, OR THE PERSON WHO INSTALLS THIS PRODUCT, MUST KNOW HOW TO INSTALL OR PROPERLY USE THIS PRODUCT. IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO OFFER TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE OVER THE PHONE TO UNDERSTAND OR FORESEE ALL THE ISSUES THAT MIGHT ARISE IN YOUR SPECIFIC INSTALLATION. RACING EQUIPMENT AND BRAKES MUST BE MAINTAINED AND SHOULD BE CHECKED REGULARLY FOR DAMAGE, WEAR OR FATIGUE.
To complement these valves, we have a range of other products available in our online store.
Understanding the Brake Proportion Valve
The proportioning valve is one of the least understood devices bolted on to a race car. They are often viewed as restrictor valves, which they are not. Understanding, from a functional viewpoint, will allow the driver to take full advantage of it's properties for a better race car set up.
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