Gerald Van Vlack wrote:
> It seems that the push rod for the master
> cylinder was not fully releasing and therefore it was not allowing the fluid
> to fully return to the master cylinder. Each pump of the brakes put slightly
> more fluid into the system until there was enough to cause the fronts to
> lock up.
This sure sounds like a reasonable explanation. It's probably the cause. Kind of
strange -- the booster on the car was brand new two years ago, so this new one
means two boosters in two years of driving.
Let's see, these things are $300 apiece, I've put 15,000 miles on the car in
those two years, so that means, um, at $600 divided by 15,000 miles gives $0.04
per mile for brake boosters, while gasoline, at $1.30 a gallon and 25 mpg gives
gasoline cost of $0.05.
Of course, this is one of those calculations that I dare not show my wife. She
would probably get ideas about amortizing my total racing costs over the track
time minutes I get and that is a truly awful ratio.........
uncle jack - red, white, and New Blue
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