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  1. x-man

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    dose anyone know how to get the rear brakes working at all
     
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    speedyslyder 2 STROKES RULE Technician

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    go hydraulic:)
    find someone selling a hydro conversion.
     
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    Yea that someone is me! Haha. But seriously I have a kit available.
     
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    how much? n what stat r u in?
     
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    I'm asking $140 shipped. Member Awk08 makes them. It's an awesome kit. Unfortunately he's not making them right now. It comes with the rear caliper, master cylinder, brake pedal, steel braided +2 line, and all necessary mounting hardware/brackets. They are amazing. And I'm in FL.
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    JoeJoeSX Nobody likes the tuna here

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    That's really a good price
     
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    speedyslyder 2 STROKES RULE Technician

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    it is a waste of money/time to try an fix a 88-02 rear brake.
    you need the hydro kit to solve the issue.
    03-06 blasters came with front and rear hydros and nobody got's a problem with themo_O
    almost every 88-02 blaster i see for sale says ohhhh the rear brakes dont work:eek:

    $140 SHIPPED is actually saving you money compared to the actual price involed
     
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    ya i no when I went to buy it I figured the rear brakes weren't going to work and they didn't but a hundred and forty I have other upgrades that are really need to do first it probably be cheaper for me to just get a shorty cable for now
     
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    speedyslyder 2 STROKES RULE Technician

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    yeah it is a lil bit of money.
    unless you make 4 trips to the doctors for a broken bone ,which prob will cost more lol:D
     
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    I'm just saying, but breaks are a important thing. I'm around, so if you change your mind let me know.
     
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    JoeJoeSX Nobody likes the tuna here

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    Got to stop safely before you can go.
     
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    Im going to need one in a few weeks. What do I got to do to get one from you?
     
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    Contact fast6hand
     
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    Dam those look better than the stockers on the 03 +'s :p
     
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    Do you still have the rear hydro kit thanks
     
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    Is anyone selling hydro conversion kits these days? I haven’t been able to find anything, and I’d like rear brakes before I trash my re-build or kill myself on the track. Thanks!
     
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    any luck finding a setup
     
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    If you decide the conversion is too much hassle there’s a really good sticky on tuning the cable set up. I think it’s under the “Brakes” subcategory within “Suspension”.
     

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