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I'm getting ready to set-up the brakes system for my Valiant. It is a disc/disc set-up with the aluminum master cyl. in the stock location. It sits alot higher then the calipers so I don't know if I should run residual valves in the line for the front and back or not. I will have an adjustable prob valve for the back. Any input would be great.


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Ok I don't need them, but should I run them? I have read that it is a good idea to have them anyway. I don't want to spend the money and do the work of running them if there will be no difference with or with out them, but if they will make a difference. Just trying to get some good info.

thanks for the feedback so far guys.

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I guess the brakes might drag a bit.... the residual valve just keeps the brake fluid from getting back to the m/c if its located below the calipers.

Fred
 
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