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Old 03-16-2017, 11:21 AM   #101
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Looks like another part got got added to my 'things to get' list, but now my Hotchkis STB has go to in order to fit this.
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Old 03-17-2017, 11:40 AM   #102
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Here's a few picture of the Strano bracket installed on the UMI car:
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Old 03-18-2017, 11:58 AM   #103
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I think this is a great part and really makes sense but whats amazing to me and very curious is that NO ONE in the aftermarket industry realized or thought to address the wall flex and relative master cylinder movement in the 25+ years these cars have been out and getting pounded on on the tracks.
This will be my 20th year tracking the T/A and I NEVER thought of this situation lol.
Sam, kudos to you for developing this and bringing it to market!
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Old 03-19-2017, 02:20 AM   #104
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i plan on getting this and replacing my factory brake master cylinder at the same time.

is there any upgrades or better year brake master cylinder to get or all they all the same?
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Old 03-19-2017, 11:22 AM   #105
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Here it is on an old non-STB equipped, traction-control-still-intact LT1 car. It didn't line up perfectly with the MC on mine but the bearing on the end of brace rod still allowed it to sit flush.

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Makes me wonder what happens when the clutch is pressed. I guess I'll added to the order when they call me with the front sway bars back in stock.
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Old 03-21-2017, 01:20 PM   #107
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Update. I have plenty of red, no black. In fact 5 black are backordered. More are on order but it will be probably two weeks until they are ready to go. Can ship red ones anytime.
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Thanks for the update, ordered two black last week and was curious when they would be in stock again.
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Would these make a bigger difference on stock brakes? I see a lot of reviews are with aftermarket calipers and SS lines and so forth. Im curious to see how people like them with stockish brakes.
Either way its almost time to replace my brake pads, so ill probably order one of these when I replace them.
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I have stock brakes, I will report back when I get the part. Curious to see how it works with stockers before I upgrade.
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:49 AM   #111
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Looks like a worthy mod. Can't believe it hasn't been on the market yet for these cars. I will have to add this to my Sam Strano collection I already have on my car. Good Stuff.

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Old 03-23-2017, 11:33 AM   #112
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Still lots of red... too many in fact. A few more black ones arrived today but I think only one or two are not already spoken for.
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Just placed an order for black. I will post results when I get it installed.
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Awesome just saw mine shipped!
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Old 03-25-2017, 11:31 PM   #115
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Just installed this brace. Excellent fit and finish. Definitely improved pedal feel for both the brake and clutch. Very glad I made the purchase. This brace will require some modification to fit the SLP STB. The brace must be ground on the mounting foot closest to the engine to clear the bar on the SLP STB.
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I installed the brake master cylinder brace on my car finally over the weekend. I had a long list of stuff I was doing at the same time though. The brace was took maybe 15 mins to install.

I didn't new rotors, pads, stainless brake lines, and flushed the systems as well.

One thing I noticed while making sure my ABS was working well. When I really put on the brakes now I can feel a really firm almost stopping point to my brake pedal.

Hard to describe. Almost as if I can feel the brace supporting the brake master cylinder.

On a side note my clutch feels a little firmer now too. with almost the same effect as the brakes.

Overall I really like it.
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^Nice job matt1289,
Looks to be from feedback, the brace is a knockout 2 birds with one stone product. I can see Sam ramping up production on these, win win for everyone.
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Still lots of red, and some black ones just came in too.
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