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    Chase Bays E30 Booster Delete

    Anyone have experience with install/use of this kit on their E30?

    https://www.chasebays.com/products/c...nt=33631470153

    They also do a line replacement kit and bias adjuster:

    https://www.chasebays.com/products/c...nt=33631475273

    #2
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    Originally posted by K20RI_211
    And I have to ask if you make a hobby out of thread-bombing with retarded questions?

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      #3
      Originally posted by barbierij View Post
      Chassis Fitment
      BMW E3 Bavaria, E10 2002, E12, E21, E24, E28, E30, E34
      Porsche 944, 928
      1990-1999 Volkswagen VW

      ???

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        #4
        Fits a 1990-1999 Volkswagen VW. I just thought that was strange. It looks like a good item, and they seem to have plenty of nice things for the e30.
        FS NY: two Audiobahn A235HC amps and audiobahn 1farad capacitor
        Saab/GM tech2 programming
        My for sale thread
        1990 325iX for sale or part out
        Did you buy something from me? Please leave feedback!



        Originally posted by K20RI_211
        And I have to ask if you make a hobby out of thread-bombing with retarded questions?

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          #5
          While it looks like their products are of good quality I take exception to the statement in the description:

          A common misconception is to believe this causes a higher risk of failure due to a lack of a back up line should one line fail. Most OEM master cylinders are still single feed internally and have the same assumed “risk” to our Master Cylinder. Always use good quality brake lines that are clear of moving parts.
          This is completely untrue and I have no idea where the person who wrote this gets their information. Any remotely modern car not only has multiple braking circuits but has an internally divided or baffled brake fluid reservoir and segregated feeds for the circuits. Even an old E30 has two separate feeds in the master cylinder.

          Those two rubber grommets do not lead to the same place internally.
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            #6
            +1 to what Varg said.

            It sounds like they don't care/understand how the system works, the reasons behind it, or that the dual chamber master is federally mandated as a safety feature.

            When a company makes shit like this, it always makes me question what other weird choices/shortcuts they've made in their products, and I just stay the hell away.
            Originally posted by priapism
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            Originally posted by shameson
            Usually it's best not to know how much money you have into your e30

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              #7
              A bit of Internet sleuthing (checking eBay), confirms what you're both saying. The vast majority of BMCs for the 5 brands of car I could think of (Honda, Nissan, Toyota, Subaru and Ford) are dual feed...

              Interesting. Thanks for pointing that out.

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