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Old 04-25-2011, 01:59 PM
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Default Targa Camaro on MontrealRacing.com

Not exactly print, but thought I would post it here anyway.

My car has been featured as the car of the month for April on MontrealRacing.com. The site is oriented mainly towards the tuner guys, in and around Montreal.

I allowed them to use the pictures of my car to show the tuner crowd that domestic does not always equal heavy and straight line. I am always trying to expose car guys to different aspects of the hobby.

Some of the text is in French, but the comments and the pictures are bilingual.

http://montrealracing.com/forums/sho...8-Chevy-Camaro

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Old 04-25-2011, 10:44 PM
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Nice car and photos. What e brake setup is that?
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Old 04-26-2011, 01:06 AM
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I believe its turning brakes for drifting.
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Nice car and photos. What e brake setup is that?
It is a rally type of e-brake. Hydraulic cylinder with a proportioning valve with a pressure gauge. It is for swinging the car around hairpin turns.

Since it is hydraulic, it does not qualify as a "parking brake", although there is a little foot that can be deployed to keep the pressure on.

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