Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: Florence, Italy
I have installed one on my car (73 GTV. tipo 105.22. RHD)
It is excellent!
I have been using un-servoed brakes for many years & when my original MC failed, the Alfaholics setup seemed like a logical replacement...
I run Wilwood 4 pot calipers on the front (4 x 1.38" piston) with 11" x .81" Discs, and standard calipers on the rear.
Bear in mind - it is not a '5 minute' install. You will need some new brake lines, and a brake flare tool to make them. (you will be removing your servo)
I recommend 'speed bleeders' for your calipers, - in order to bleed the brakes you ideally need to do all 4 calipers at once.
I also had to grind a small amount of material from the clevis as it limited brake pedal travel. (but that was a minor issue)
As for the adjustable brake bias, I set it once & haven't touched it since....
The problem with modern cars? - Too many computers, not enough carburetors...