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The current batch of Delco deletion brake kits has now been allocated. I am taking expressions of interest from anyone who who's potentially in the market, but I need a minimum of about 5 to make it viable. Mail me at the e-mail above if you want details, or to go on the list, there is no obligation at the present time.

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I would like to share my experiences with my new braking system that @Chillidoggy made on my car. The cooperation with the guys was excellent although, all they promised was performed with the best pe

Post brake conversion debrief. We left no tern unstoned.  

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If anyone is interested in a brake kit, feel free to mail me but please note the brake kit is designed to fit the S4, S4s or early GT3's that have the Delco Moraine ABS system fitted. It is not designed to fit any other models. Thanks.

 

 

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I thought the same, but apparently all V8s had KH.

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I now have 6 left of the Delco brake conversion kits from the current batch.

Please note the brake kit is designed to fit the SE, S4, S4s or early GT3's that have the Delco Moraine ABS system fitted. It is not designed to fit any other models. Thanks!

 

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And i'm interested to buy your obsolete Delco Moraine parts. But only systems which have been less than a year out of the car: humidity, air, brake fluid and metal are a bad combination, or a good one if you want corrosion ;-). my email is  [email protected]

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40 minutes ago, Karl lambrechts said:

And i'm interested to buy your obsolete Delco Moraine parts. But only systems which have been less than a year out of the car: humidity, air, brake fluid and metal are a bad combination, or a good one if you want corrosion ;-). my email is  [email protected]


Karl - I think you should start a separate thread for your project rather than continually cluttering up this one.

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Hello

I just had this kit fitted in NZ to my S4S - just one question - every single time I push the pedal or release it the pump runs - it’s very noisy and runs for a second each time - is this normal?  Have I got the vacuum too high ( it’s at -10 psi which is about 20 inch mercury)     It’s pretty intrusive around town.  

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I've not followed this thread properly for a while. When Martin L. and I first removed our Delco scrap systems we discovered early doors mounting the vac pump in the nose was not a good idea. I mounted my Hella sourced pump in the compartment next to the other electric vac pump that powers the heater flaps etc (Also fitted heat insulation) in the rear engine compartment. I also mounted a large Audi A6 multi sphere vac tank in the nose (ensuring vacuum was available from a source very near to the servo) where the delco system used to be. I fitted non return valves in various points to ensure vac was always available and minimising pump run time. We even included a take off from the inlet manifold (with non return valve) which added vac when the engine was not under boost as a further fail safe. I am not sure exactly the components or recommended fitting positions of this kit. I just thought I would share my experience of Delco deletion from over 10 years ago. Non Delco brakes are superb.  Cheers Mike

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As of today, the brake conversion kit has benefitted from a major upgrade to electrical fitting. In future, there will be no cutting, stripping or soldering of wires required, it will be a straight 'Plug and Play' which should take about 2 minutes rather than hours, making installation far quicker and simpler.

I now have only 2 kits left, mail me at [email protected] if you want to bag one.

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Due to a multiple order from GST, kits will now be available in about 4 - 6 week’s time.

Mail for details as before.

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