now i know these are hard to acquire but it would make life alot easier. can anybody get there hands on them or know where i should be going. racebrakes cannot help me!
Just get them reflared man. $20-$25 and you're done.
but i dont wanna take them off the car sounds like trouble. can they do them on the car and i still need to get the car towed to fit the rest myself.
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It's quite difficult getting them from interstate as idiots like Racebrakes who DO make the adaptors will only sell them as part of a $500 kit. For those of us that already bought the kit without adaptors they refuse to help cause they're greedy.
You can get some lines from a wreckers and get them reflared at a brake place if you don't want to use your own and can't find any adaptors.
If the kit was done properly it would have the correct lines included. When people buy s/h bits and do the upgrade by fitting the VT brakes the lines are always a problem.
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1991_Vn2nV mate you get some lines from a wreakers that suit and ill pay you to do it all how bout that?? i dont wanna take out the brake lines myself
re-flaring old lines isn't always the best option. as said above, check VN_Lukes thread. it has contact details for someone who will supply the adaptors only without needing to purchase the whole kit. simple, no towing, no digging around in old wrecks getting covered in crap
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try these guys. Allcomm wreckers in Moorabbin have a brass adaptor to convert VN lines to a VT master. (03) 9553 2511 but they arent cheap. thanks to markovr for letting me know about these people.
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ill give allcomm a ring on tuesday, its just easier because really to get reflaired plus the big cost of towing home to fit everything else it will prob work out cheaper. ill get the master polished up and the adaptors to so they look ok.
just ordered the line adaptors. should be the easy fix all up $130 with express postage
are you running the VT master? and using VN lines, and VT brakes?
or are you running VT brakes with VN lines and VN booster?
by this weeknd ill be running vx booster and master with the vn lines and vy calipers
cant wait to feel the improvment
nice! how'd you go about making up the bracket to mount the booster? any pics of the install?
i bought the booster and master setup off of markova from here.
and yea i will take pics when its install time yippy
well maybe shuld of told me that earlier mate.. every1 suggested allcomm as the only option. ffs
Hoppers Stoppers wont sell them anymore either.
Lucky I live interstate to some of these brake places... Or they'd all have a large brick through their windows. Unhelpful twits.
They stopped selling them when racebrakes started selling their kit. Maybe thats where they got them from.
unless the flare on a vn is different to that of a vr, then you can just use the standard vt lines from the calipers, unbolt your flexi line, then welt the vt bracket to your bracket, then screw the brake line in, that all i had to do to mine, and its perfect, just dont use too much heat while welding it so you dont stuff the rubber line, mines been on almost a year now, and no dramas whatso ever, no leaking, the hose isnt giving way, and i didnt even use hub adaptors, vt rotors are straight onto the hubs, and once again, that is causing no issues either?
VN and VR are completly different mate. VN-VP have a complete rotor assembly that goes on a spindle so you have to use the hub adaptors to use the VT rotor "hat style" assembly. VR-VS already use the hat style rotor. They are also talking about converting a VT master & booster to a VN not the caliper/rotor install itself. Hence why you need the line adaptors.....
yea as blown hatch said the vn rotor is an all in one style and the vt gear and vr as u say slide on. and i used the line adaptors to convert the vn flare style connection to the vt ball connection inside the master