SFA rear disc brakes conversion. HELP

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LEEBOY
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Town: East London
Vehicle: sfa hilux
Real Name: Lee Kent

Wed Mar 04, 2015 10:11 pm

Hi , just fitted Honda Balade calipers with a 30 mm diameter piston to my SFA and now there are NO back brakes. Tried by- passing the proportioning valve but still very weak. I was back to the scrap yard where there is a A4 caliper with a 37 mm piston or a Jetta 4 caliper with a 40 mm piston. Does anyone who has done this conversion remember the size of the piston in the caliper they used??
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Ogre
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Town: Benoni
Vehicle: Toyota Hilux SFA
Real Name: Ockert
Location: Benoni

Thu Mar 05, 2015 5:20 pm

I see the Kiwis is using Sabaru or Ford Sierra calipers also to get the handbrake working like normal
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Willied
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Town: Witbank
Vehicle: '90 Hilux
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Tue Mar 10, 2015 10:06 pm

Subaru has a disc/drum combo which makes the handbrake easier to setup..
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