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Re: RS 2000 - SR20DET 2018/07/04 19:12:12 (permalink)
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Threads been idle for a while but may as well ask, is your bias box still routed through the escort brake failure switch to keep it legal?


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Re: RS 2000 - SR20DET 2018/07/05 14:54:39 (permalink)
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Yes thread has definitely been idle hahah. Any modifications to the braking system will require you to have an engineer certify the mods. Every modified car is different it's best that you discuss your particular needs with an engineer, they will advise you what is required. Btw, I don't run brake failure switch.

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Re: RS 2000 - SR20DET 2018/07/05 16:49:22 (permalink)
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Thanks mate, i understand the need for engineers input, just mind mapping any future mods/plans and its nice to see people in sth aust who have done it etc.

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Re: RS 2000 - SR20DET 2018/07/07 22:10:37 (permalink)
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I’m running a float level switch in my brake reservoir which sarisfies my engineer as I have removed the OEM brake fail switch.

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