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The installed one is malfuncioning, no rear brakes... and before dismount, i get a pair of used ones,,, BUT i suppose the used i found are also probably malfuntioning...
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1) could those valves be repaired , f.i. with new o-rings and new inner piston ? and then by wich side should i try to eject the inner cilinder ? is such "going out" buy the side with the hexagonal screw ? suppose so, but on the other side nothing seems removable to gain access inside and tap the cilinder "out" by the (hexagonal screw) side ? so, trying by using a very thin rod ?
2) in any case, where do i find a 5 ports (two of 7/16, three of 3/8) valve , new or "eventually" repaired ?
just to secure your kind answer reception, please publish here appreciate any smart or interesting option !!! cheers
 

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Welcome to the FFO!

This is a brake item. I would NOT recommend buying a used one.
You might be able to disassemble the existing one. But it is a brake item. I would NOT recommend that either.

I would recommend getting a new one
Brake Proportioning Valves and Distribution Blocks | Summit Racing

You can get one that has a more or less stock arrangement. Or an adjustable one.
If you drill down into the listings it will give you port sizes.

Good luck.

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Welcome to the FFO!

This is a brake item. I would NOT recommend buying a used one.
You might be able to disassemble the existing one. But it is a brake item. I would NOT recommend that either.

I would recommend getting a new one
Brake Proportioning Valves and Distribution Blocks | Summit Racing

You can get one that has a more or less stock arrangement. Or an adjustable one.
If you drill down into the listings it will give you port sizes.

Good luck.

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Appreciate your answer, but checking the link, filtering model , aso, , NOT a single option is available... neither a model to be modified or adapted
 

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Appreciate your answer, but checking the link, filtering model , aso, , NOT a single option is available... neither a model to be modified or adapted
A local Brakes workshop mentioned he’s just buying a kind of high pressure “cleaning” machine to be used in such cases of dirty valves .like a injection cleaning stuff... Wait and see..
 

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Post back with the results.

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