MUT-2 Alternative

Discussion in 'Engine, Transmission and Drivetrain' started by Nash, Oct 25, 2007.

  1. Nash

    Nash Leaving Skid Marks Lifetime Member

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    Thought I'd post this incase anyone was interested..

    http://www.btrprep.com/btr_products.htm

    BTR have developed their own "Available version" of the MUT-2 for bleeding the AYC....

    Seems safer than having the car on stands in drive at 30kph turning the wheel and wiggling the Lateral G sensor !!!!

    :D
     
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    Great find Nash! :D Well done!
     
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    Where abouts on the site are they hiding the info about their MUT-2
     
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