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Electronic/electric actuated handbraked rear calipers.


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2007 Axela turbo

Approx 280mm dia solid disc

About 40mm clearance to an 18" rim 

Approx 175 from hub center to ribbed part of caliper 

Cable is in a different position to the atenza ones I posted earlier

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4 hours ago, cletus said:

Another thing to think of is how much clearance to the chassis or body there is in that position 

Have seen quite a few where the caliper would foul on the body with suspension travel

 

And one recently where the caliper was mounted really close to the coilover brackets. Which was OK with new brake pads, but with a bit of wear the body of the caliper would have hit the bracket 

Fuck, these are brakes we're talking about - how do cunts think they're going to get away with that sorta shit (or even do it) lol, gawd.

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Ae111 rear calipers have a cable handbrake (are common calipers on corrollas so heaps of stock)

Could probably go to a 270mm if you needed also pretty sure you can get rhe discs undrilled/they should have enough meat to Redhill 

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Mustang disc and caliper on a hilux diff

Approx 300mm disc

Approx 175mm axle center to outer part of caliper

Approx 60mm clearance to a 20" wheel

Bracket is pretty basic, flat plate  

 

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On 19/04/2022 at 18:51, shrike said:

Ae111 rear calipers have a cable handbrake (are common calipers on corrollas so heaps of stock)

Could probably go to a 270mm if you needed also pretty sure you can get rhe discs undrilled/they should have enough meat to Redhill 

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Thanks for this. I like these early corolla calipers but they are not that easy to come by anymore, aye? I've got ae92's, the ones's you're talking about and a couple of others I've collected over time. My experience is this sorta stuff dried up in the wreckers decade(s) ago. I've got an adaption that fits the later zre152 corolla type but they are pretty small, lol! They sell though. But yeah, cheers for the input bro, appreciated.

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SuperFastMatt made an arduino controller with a motor shield and a current sensor for an electric park brake. I've spent an hour, and can't find the bloody video.

Can everyone go back to using the internet with text, thanks?

Update: controller referred to here https://youtu.be/j1SMvM-SUHE?t=585

 

Up-update:

How much current do those things actually draw? anyone put a meter on one?

 

 

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On 11/05/2022 at 21:21, h4nd said:

SuperFastMatt made an arduino controller with a motor shield and a current sensor for an electric park brake. I've spent an hour, and can't find the bloody video.

Can everyone go back to using the internet with text, thanks?

Update: controller referred to here https://youtu.be/j1SMvM-SUHE?t=585

 

Up-update:

How much current do those things actually draw? anyone put a meter on one?

 

 

Apparently 20a ish? I can possibly test the set I'm about to be working with 

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