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A30Racer
12-05-10, 22:12
I bought a 100E pedal assembly, which arrived in the post today. I remembered that my Mallock used one with two master cylinders (but I don't have the Mallock any more to look at and my memory isn't good enough to recall how it was done).
It was bought to fit my Austin A30, which needs some (non rod-operated!!) decent braking and I thought that this was a good starting point. Does anyone have a photo or a diagram of how it is done please(ie to make a bias pedal box)?? I planned to floor mount it like the Mallock set-up if possible.
Thanks in anticipation.

redturner37
12-05-10, 23:18
I bought a 100E pedal assembly, which arrived in the post today. I remembered that my Mallock used one with two master cylinders (but I don't have the Mallock any more to look at and my memory isn't good enough to recall how it was done).
It was bought to fit my Austin A30, which needs some (non rod-operated!!) decent braking and I thought that this was a good starting point. Does anyone have a photo or a diagram of how it is done please(ie to make a bias pedal box)?? I planned to floor mount it like the Mallock set-up if possible.
Thanks in anticipation. My old Clubmans car used that set up. If I can find some suitable photographs I will post them.

dottydogmk1
12-05-10, 23:19
It might be worth getting hold of the Rally Design and Compbrake catalogues - they both do floor mounted pedal boxes at reasonable cost and the Rally Design one includes some useful technical info on brake system design. Both also sell components such as balance bar etc. I made the pedal box for my Escort (just using the original pedals) and found it fairly straight forward. Good luck!

jo white
13-05-10, 09:03
Also try OBP Optimum Brake Products , (Cambs)

bantoracer
13-05-10, 11:16
I have an image of my Mallock assembly....cant upload it but I can txt from my mobile if you need. Thanks Ian. 09793 744512

bantoracer
13-05-10, 11:19
Sorry number is 07973 744512