Wilwood 260-8420 Lever Style Proportioning Valve
Midget, Sprint Car, Disc Brake System Type, Lever Adjustable Proportioning Valve Type, Aluminum
This proportioning valve has six preset adjustment points actuated by moving a lever allowing racers to adjust brake bias during a race without having to "look" where the knob position is. This lever "clicks" into the six positions for positive adjustment and the bright red lever is easily seen in a busy racing cockpit. Lever can be rotated 180 degrees for easy installation.
- This ratchet style brake proportioning valve allows quick and accurate adjustment of brake bias
- Universal design works on all race cars
- 100 to 1500 psi range, up to 57% pressure reduction
- It comes with 6 preset positions, has an aluminum body, rapid ratchet, and positive lock
- Uses 1/8" NPT fittings
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