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IF FITTING POWER BRAKES DO THE VH 44j SUIT THE GT ?? cheers davo


Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:01 am
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Check with Lewis Bolton.

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Fri Oct 23, 2015 10:31 am
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Hi Davo

looking around - found this that may help

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/GENUINE-PBR- ... 1214643763

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Sun Oct 25, 2015 9:35 am
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Davo

At the bottom of that link it mentioned that vh 44 was suitable for Drum/Drum and VH 40 was suitable for Disk/Drum

Hope this helps

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Sun Oct 25, 2015 9:40 am
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Hi Davo,
The south coast brake resleeving guy at Olympic circuit southport I used recommends a VH44 for our setup or VH 44J for slightly more boost. He has the genuine PBR parts to put together either model there.

Don't go and buy a Chinese copy of it as they don't last long he advised.

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thanks guys for all your postings .....doing my wish list ...bit by bit as we all know cheers davo


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thanks guys for all your postings .....doing my wish list ...bit by bit as we all know cheers davo

there is a lot of good info on these pages
http://www.hydroboost.com.au/prices.htm

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Glenn wrote:
BULLITT wrote:
thanks guys for all your postings .....doing my wish list ...bit by bit as we all know cheers davo

there is a lot of good info on these pages
http://www.hydroboost.com.au/prices.htm

glenn

That's Terry's business. Top bloke and a good mate. Based in Echuca and does mail order.
Is the only guy I use for these things.

Just saying "use a 40" or "use a 44" isn't enuf info. Both have different output pressures depending on application.
The 44J is the one u need for a Bellett. The J has the same output pressure as a normal 40, but obviously in a more compact size.

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Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:07 pm
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thank you guys now I have all the imfo I need ....must sweeten up the missus tonight tell her what ''we'' are buying for ''my'' car ha ha she is good she understands (sometimes) cheers davo


Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:39 pm
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thank you guys now I have all the imfo I need ....must sweeten up the missus tonight tell her what ''we'' are buying for ''my'' car ha ha she is good she understands (sometimes) cheers davo


early Xmas present then Dave ?

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hopefully ... then its the next on the list ... talking brakes and I know we all possibly have our men but Gerry put me onto a genius he can talk brakes knowledge 100 mph if you arnt getting answers or your brake guy finds it tricky ...who ya gonna call ..ghostbusters ...no call wayne better brakes southport phone him on 07 55710271 or 0400 006340 he has all the old books he instantly refers too hes about 60 so hes been there done that and so so reasonable cheers davo


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I can vouch for that too.........
Wayne is a top bloke and know his stuff
I even posted parts to him (and will continue to do so) from Tassie and he didn't even blink.........
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