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I am getting ready to install a Wilwood adjustable proportioning valve on my Duster. Anyone have any good ideas as to where I should put it? Pictures?

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I was wondering the same thing. I bought the SVO Corbra brake kits and a Mopar Performance adjustable valve. I don't have it all installed yet - too many projects...

I would like to get to the valve without getting under the car so that it would be easier for tuning. But as I understand it needs to mount after the distribution valve that's mounted to the inner frame rail (under the master cylinder) and it needs to go in the rear line. I haven't got to that point yet, but since I will be bending new brake lines I thought I might make a little jog in the line upward so I could mount the valve on the inner fender well. I would like to see some pictures from someone who has "been there, done that".

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If you use the mopar/wilwood aluminum master with the plastic res.....you can mount the adj. prop. valve on the side of the garbage can. I have not used them things for about 15 years. doh and have had 0 prblems.
 

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   On the sub frame connector with the knob through the floor under the drivers seat.

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Now there's an idea...
 

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i got rid of the prop. block and t-ed the front, and put mine on the frame right above the bend in the front
 
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