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Disc Brake Residual Pressure Valve, 1/8 NPT, 2 PSI
Disc Brake Residual Pressure Valve, 1/8 NPT, 2 PSI

Disc Brake Residual Pressure Valve, 1/8 NPT, 2 PSI

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Disc Brake Residual Pressure Valve, 1/8 NPT, 2 PSI
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Pressure Rating:
2 psi
Inlet Fitting:
1/8" NPT Male
Outlet Fitting:
1/8" NPT Female
Material Type:
Aluminum
Color:
Blue
MFG. Part #:
91031340
Notes:
Use 2 PSI for disc brake applications.
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Ever had problems with a spongy pedal or slow, unresponsive brakes? If so, you may need a residual pressure valve installed in your brake line. A redesidual valve acts like a one-way or check valve to maintain brake system pressure to eliminate the problems of a spongy pedal. This 2 PSI residual valve is installed inline between the master cylinder and disc brake calipers to keep 2 PSI of residual pressure at the caliper after the brake pedal is released. This ensures that you will have a high, firm pedal next time you press the brake pedal.

If your master cylinder is located below the floorboard, installing a 2 PSI residual valve is highly recommended. If your master cylinder is mounted on the firewall, a residual valve is generally not needed because gravity will provide a natural residual pressure within the brake line.

Valve is 1/8" NPT male on the inlet side and 1/8" NPT female on the outlet side. Use 2 PSI residual valves for disc brake applications only.

Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)

Learn more about the proper uses of residual valves by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.  

Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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