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  • AWD and brake proportioning

    Hey guys, I've building a LQ9/4l80/BW4472 combo and it's going on a 91 Bravada chassis. Working out how I plan on doing brakes, keeping the ABS on the Bravada chassis seems difficult due to the computers and such.

    Can I use a standard brake proportioning valve for the awd setup? In the past I've used these for 2wd vehicles then just gone out and had a spotter tell me which wheels are locking up first. But with AWD I'm unsure if this method will work or not.

    What do you guys do for your trucks?

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    Im using a wilwood proportioning valve setup on my AWD sy...I dont think its going to be an issue but I did delete the ABS.
    10.4@127mph-stock ECM
    542 rwhp/ 608 Torque. PTE 67-V6.
    E85-TT-408"-AWD/4L80e under construction...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Syclone#2960 View Post
      Im using a wilwood proportioning valve setup on my AWD sy...I dont think its going to be an issue but I did delete the ABS.
      Thanks man, some research led me to a similar conclusion.

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