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hy still got the problem with my abs i want to convert to non abs i got now on my car 7/8 master cylinder napco all disk brakes which one i have to put on my car the same 7/8 non abs master cylinder please hell !
i did this in my b13 and encounter some problems ok averything is very straight forward if you have the parts in my case i only spend in the new non-abs master cylinder because the hardlines i got it from a friend spare car and he gave me the lines. OK after the complete installation and bleeding the brake pedal feels strong and stops like hell but after 5 min driving the car stopped running like the brakes where stuck or fully applied. i opened the bleed purge and it loose the pressure and started driving again with the same issue. What i did? ok i just loosened the MC from the brake booster without removing the lines and i heard like a pssssshhhhhhhh... sound so i added like 2 washers between the MC and the brake booster to separate it a bit. And is running fine by now and this was done like 2 months ago when i swaped the VE. I think that there are some adjustment in the brake booster that i didn't research for it but with a few washers problem solved ..
I read about this for a while and don't think that I ever read that the non-ABS lines could be found on GA16 Sentras at junkyards. I assumed that the needed lines where from non-ABS equipped SE-Rs. For anybody that's looking into doing the conversion, keep this in mind. This will make it much easier to source the parts.
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