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Old 02-01-2020, 09:39   #1
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ABS Delete / Evo 6 / incl. RS Master Cylinder

Hi guys,

as the title says, I need a complete kit for ABS removal on my Evo 6 GSR. Would be cool if somebody has to offer all of it (master brake cylinder, lines, etc.) at once.

Cheers, Tobi
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Old 05-01-2020, 19:23   #2
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Does anybody have a clue where to get it?
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Old 05-01-2020, 20:02   #3
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HEL used to do a complete kit for differant types of brake set ups ,may be worth searching about
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ben was allways VERY helpfull
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Are fitting a RS diff?

If not you will need to re-wire the ABS and AYC ECUs

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Old 06-01-2020, 13:46   #6
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Proline do ABS delete kits:

https://www.prolinemotorsport.co.uk/search?q=evo+6
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Have you bought from them ?
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Old 06-01-2020, 14:37   #8
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Not an ABS kit but have used other hoses from them! don't you rate them then?

Having said that, I've just had another look at the website and the stuff I purchased previously doesn't appear anymore, neither any contact details!!

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Old 06-01-2020, 15:16   #9
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I'm pretty sure Proline are no longer - as of quite recently.

I'm intrigued to know why you would want to get rid of the abs?
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Old 06-01-2020, 19:26   #10
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Thanks a lot guys! @grants: I already have Evo 9 rs diff and got rid of ayc. My abs isn’t working for 5 years now and I don’t miss it, so I wanted to make the system proper and shed some weight. I will just need new non abs hoses and the non abs master brake cylinder, right? Any kind of help is appreciated! Cheers, Tobi
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Still need the kit, especially master brake cylinder. Ben from HEL can just help with the lines.
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I think that the only difference between RS and GSR master cylinders is the bore size.

RS - 1 in diameter
GSR - i i/16 in diameter to suit Brembo calipers?

You will need a proportioning valve to correct front/rear bias, as fitted to RS models see this;

http://evo.parts/index.php?main_page...oducts_id=7291

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It's certainly not essential to change your master cylinder, although (as pointed out) some kind of proportioning mechanism will be needed. Another option would be the 7RS master cylinder that has rear brake pressure reducers built in.

Bear in mind that (and to most people it's counter-intuitive) the larger the diameter of the master cylinder the greater the pedal effort required to produce a given hydraulic fluid pressure at the caliper pistons, although pedal travel will be reduced.
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i NEVER fitted any sort of proportioning valve on the rally car standard 2 and 4 port M/C worked just fine ,standard reds all worked perfectly
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Near sure I've a proportioning valve in my box, will check and let you know.
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