Speedway Compact Adjustable Brake Proportioning Valve
Micro Sprint, Midget, Sprint Car, Disc Brake System Type, 2-Port Port Quantity, Brass, Natural
- Very compact, can be hidden in cars that do not allow adjustable proportioning valves
- Installs in rear brake line and allows you to adjust front-to-rear brake bias to prevent rear brake lock-up under heavy braking
- Can be used as full shut-off valve
- Rated to 2000 psi, flows 3 gpm
- Inlet & outlet 1/8" NPT port
Very compact, can be hidden in cars that do not allow adjustable proportioning valves. Color reference scale on valve stem allows fast, accurate setting. Installs in rear brake line and allows you to adjust front-to-rear brake bias to prevent rear brake lock-up under heavy braking.
- Can be used as fuel shut-off valve
- Rated to 2000 psi
- Flows 3 gpm
- Inlet: 1/8" NPT port
- Outlet: 1/8" NPT port
Learn more about how adjustable proportioning valves work by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)
- Valve is marked "MC" for the master cylinder end (fluid in) and "BR" for the brake end (fluid out).
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