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I know-I'm in search of a unicorn......does anyone have for sale a new GTV6/Milano/75(non-ABS) brake booster? I know there are reputable rebuilders out there....
 

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thanks Dave but Everything Alfa's booster is for a 4 cylinder-my car is a V6 which gets a different booster
 

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At that price, plus shipping...you might want to try your local rebuilder.
 

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it's a pleasure to help.
This okp brake booster is so expensive (agree with horsewidower), but it's the only one i found. I'm looking for someone who's able to rebuild it at the moment.
 

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Can anyone recommend a good booster rebuilder in the northeast US? I bought a used skinnier Alfetta servo can for my 24v-into-GTV6 conversion to clear the larger heads. When I drove out the pin at the yoke, I wasn't careful enough. Snapped one side of the yoke off. UGH! It could likely be welded back into one piece, but I would worry that the heat might migrate down the shaft and scorch the rubber diaphragm. So, may require a pro to crack into it and reassemble?

Or... if anyone has any experience with these units, perhaps there is an easier way to remove the yoke rod without having to disassemble the can.

Once I have that solved, I will have an extra GTV6 booster to offer.

Thanks in advance for any tips,
Peter
 

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Can anyone recommend a good booster rebuilder in the northeast US? I bought a used skinnier Alfetta servo can for my 24v-into-GTV6 conversion to clear the larger heads. When I drove out the pin at the yoke, I wasn't careful enough. Snapped one side of the yoke off. UGH! It could likely be welded back into one piece, but I would worry that the heat might migrate down the shaft and scorch the rubber diaphragm. So, may require a pro to crack into it and reassemble?

Or... if anyone has any experience with these units, perhaps there is an easier way to remove the yoke rod without having to disassemble the can.

Once I have that solved, I will have an extra GTV6 booster to offer.

Thanks in advance for any tips,
Peter
Don't know if they will rebuild it themselves but eurotech would be where i'll go.
Long time Alfa mechanics and racing history
 
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