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FS: Bigger Brake Booster ($100 brake upgrade) by sardonyx247
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Who wants this next one?

Pricing is current on page #1 post #1

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Booster Shipped.


Who's the next Fiero that wants better brakes?

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As soon as i get my taxes in ill be buying one
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Received my shipment a few days ago. The box took a beating but the brake booster looks good. The next day above freezing I'll pull the old unit and ship.
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I went through the other thread looking for pics of what was going on at the pedal. Does the pushrod just slip on and off or is there more to it? Do I have to take the pedal off or remove a cotter pin or something?

It looks like everything that is done under the hood is strictly bolt on stuff except the hammering. Is that right?

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I went through the other thread looking for pics of what was going on at the pedal. Does the pushrod just slip on and off or is there more to it? Do I have to take the pedal off or remove a cotter pin or something?

It looks like everything that is done under the hood is strictly bolt on stuff except the hammering. Is that right?



You remove a cotter pin where the pushrod/banjo connects to the pedal, then it just slips on and off. No need to take off the pedal, real easy inside the cab.

Yes, except for the hammering, it just bolts on.
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You remove a cotter pin where the pushrod/banjo connects to the pedal, then it just slips on and off. No need to take off the pedal, real easy inside the cab.

Yes, except for the hammering, it just bolts on.


Good news! This just went to the top of my list. I'll let you know when I'm ready.

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I have some cores ready to mod up, who wants a bigger booster?
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I would like one. How soon can you ship?
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I would like one. How soon can you ship?


I have them modded up and in the mail in usally 2 days or less, with tracking.

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ill take one
how much is it
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I'll take one if you've still got one...Thanks!
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PMs replied.

I got more ready to mod up.
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Got mine installed a couple weeks ago. Awesome upgrade.
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OK, so is the price $100 or $170 +$50 core charge?
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OK, so is the price $100 or $170 +$50 core charge?


It is $170 +$50 core charge.
The title is just based off of the thread "$100 brake upgrade"

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I'm ready for mine. I can send my core first if it would make it easier. I have several. Are the years any different? Are the 88's better or more valuable?

PM me with addresses, instructions, etc.
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I'm ready for mine. I can send my core first if it would make it easier. I have several. Are the years any different? Are the 88's better or more valuable?

PM me with addresses, instructions, etc.


The years are not different, the 88s are no different.

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I guess it makes more sense for me to pay up front and then use your packing material to send my core back.
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I guess it makes more sense for me to pay up front and then use your packing material to send my core back.


Paypal sent $249.

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Paypal sent $249.


Boosters have been shipped
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Boosters have been shipped


Mine arrived today! Any tips for painting it black like the original?
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Mine arrived today! Any tips for painting it black like the original?


Clean it really well, and do NOT paint under the rubber dust boot by the bracket, it is a sealing surface, or under or around the rubber piece where the master goes.
Besides that I would probably recommend engine enamel, as it is more resistant to automotive fluids.
Or take it to a painter and let him know where not to paint.
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Clean it really well, and do NOT paint under the rubber dust boot by the bracket, it is a sealing surface, or under or around the rubber piece where the master goes.
Besides that I would probably recommend engine enamel, as it is more resistant to automotive fluids.
Or take it to a painter and let him know where not to paint.


What he said ... only with another paint recommendation. Use brake caliper paint. Comes in at least satin and gloss. Extremely resistant to solvents.
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So, that's what is supposed to happen when you push the brake pedal!!!
Thanks for the quick install! Only suggestion for others is use a grinding wheel and cut the long bolts from bracket - they make it really hard to get a wrench in there - used a socket and ratchet to get the old one off, had to use a wrench to get the new one on, no room for the socket. - Not a big deal, but if someone had pointed it out to me, I may have cut them down.
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I got one of these last summer and I have to say it was the best "bang for the buck" upgrade I have ever done. It was night and day difference in brake pedal feel. This is the first mod I would do as a new fiero owner.

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Saving up for mine now that I'm in the 12s at the track.

I have stock (86 GT) calipers on the front and 86 Grand Am front calipers on the rear.
It's getting hard now to slow down for the exit at the end of the track.

Will this booster work OK with my caliper combo on the streets?

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Saving up for mine now that I'm in the 12s at the track.

I have stock (86 GT) calipers on the front and 86 Grand Am front calipers on the rear.
It's getting hard now to slow down for the exit at the end of the track.

Will this booster work OK with my caliper combo on the streets?


First of all you have your combo backwards, you should have the grand am up front, and stock in the back. Front brakes do most of the work, plus an E-Brake may save your life one day. I don't know how it is with fronts on the back, but I DO know that on stock brakes, if the E-brake is not adjusted right, the brakes don't work very well.
Night and day difference, between a non adjusted and adjusted E-brake (info in the Orge's cave)
Now between the stock booster and my booster, it is like a Vegas summer day to an Alaska winter night difference.

And YES, my booster upgrade will work with ALL and EVERY brake combo setup. It will make whatever brakes you have work better. 40% better !!! Which is a higher % than any other brake upgrade. Or you can add that % to any other brake upgrade.
As I had one person here in town say "That booster will make the car stand on end"
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I did a review of my install of your booster. It is on page 8 of the thread in Technical Discussion & Questions that is linked in your first post.

http://www.fiero.nl/forum/F...2/HTML/072173-8.html

I think it would be a good idea to update your first post here to include some directions about the things I encountered while doing the upgrade or write them up and print a copy to be sent with each new booster. Other than that, I have only high praise for your product. Nicely done! I'll be sure to rate you accordingly!

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