Speedway Adjustable Proportioning Valve Block, Lines 9/16 & 1/2 in. to Master
Universal Fit, Knob Adjustable Proportioning Valve Type, Aluminum
Lines, Bracket, & an adjustable valve included in the kit and will install on your 9/16 & 1/2 fitting master cylinder. Easy to install and will bolt up on the bottom of the master for those hard to fit installs.
PVC-B Kit - Adjustable Proportioning Valve + Distribution Block, Mounting Bracket & Lines
- Adjustable proportioning valve and distribution block all in one.
- Adjustable Valve
- Black powder coated bottom mount mounting bracket
- Hardware, & stainless steel lines from master to valve 1/2"-18 & 9/16"-18 tube nuts
- Features a rotary adjustment to regulate rear brake pressure and help maintain correct brake bias between front and rear.
- Distribution block connects to master cylinder and distributes brake fluid to all four wheels.
- Includes five stainless steel fittings for 3/16" brake line.
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