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Old 03-05-2018, 02:49 PM
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Old 03-11-2018, 03:10 AM
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Got my ABS pump in today so I can start wrapping up the brake lines... excuse the temporary ziptie mount! The pump is from a 2006 BMW M3. (Teves MK60) Its a pretty widely used pump in motorsports with a few options to upgrade for programmable and tuneable track oriented ABS. Capable of running standalone, so no need for the original cars computer. Wheel speed sensors, front and rear master cylinder port pressure sensors, and a yaw sensor are all the additional parts required

Let me know if pics are showing up? they are attachments from another forum

Originally Posted by BBShark View Post
Your picture of the rear tire/frame rail looks like mine. I also have a 285 tire. Don't have the body on yet so not sure if I will have problems with clearance (tire to fender). My outside of tire to outside of tire width is 68 1/8". I measured the rear fender to fender max at 68 5/8". So, I'm only inside the fenders by 1/4".

I measured a stock 71 with 225's and got an overall tire to tire width of 69 1/4" so I think I'm good. I hope I'm good. Too late to change now!
Ill have to measure mine tomorrow to see where mine lay... Lots of mods without the body nearby for measurement! Fingers crossed!

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pictures showed up nicely, that looks great.....even with a zip tie!
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