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Old 16-07-2019, 12:23 PM   #11
Luke Plaizier
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Default Re: WQ Fiesta XR4/ST150 with Mazda SP25 engine

I've been a Project Binky fan from way back - checkout the GT4 Mini project on youtube. So I reckon I'm going to take a crack at making my own ABS relocation bracket.

First things first, is to build myself a reasonable Pan Brake for bending up some 1.6mm Bunnings sheet metal. The factory brackets use 2mm sheet so I will see if 1.6mm is enough. At the same time I'll work on measuring up the current bracket and working out how to make up a new one just using folds - via some Cornflakes box cardboard templates of course....

I'm a little bit excited and intrigued at giving this a go.

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