8 Years Manufacturer HVSS Nipple to Mozambique Factory

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Features Nickle-Plated brass body and PBT body. stainless steel tube gripping claws, collars and release sleeves(collets) offer a quick hold and release mechanism to provide a low disconnection force for easy removal of the tubing. Oval and round shape of release sleeve are available. Three colors on the release sleeve, blue, black and gray. Specifications Fluid Admitted Air, Vacuum, Water (no freezing) Working Pressure 0—1.0MPa | 0—150psi Proof Pressure 3.0Mpa | 435psi Negativ...


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8 Years Manufacturer HVSS Nipple to Mozambique Factory Detail:

Features

Nickle-Plated brass body and PBT body.

stainless steel tube gripping claws, collars and release sleeves(collets) offer a quick hold and release mechanism to provide a low disconnection force for easy removal of the tubing.

Oval and round shape of release sleeve are available.

Three colors on the release sleeve, blue, black and gray.

Specifications

Fluid Admitted

Air, Vacuum, Water (no freezing)

Working Pressure

0—1.0MPa | 0—150psi

Proof Pressure

3.0Mpa | 435psi

Negative Pressure

-100Kpa | -29.5 In Hg

Working Temperature

0—60°C | 32~140°F

Applicable Tube

PU / PA / PE / PVC

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Metric Tube ØD
4mm 5mm 6mm 7mm 8mm 9mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 15mm 16mm
Inch Tube ØD
1/8″ 5/32″ 3/16″ 1/4″ 5/16″ 3/8″ 1/2″
Thread Standard and Type
R, PT, BSPT — 55° Taper Pipe Thread Metric Thread
R1/8 R1/4 R3/8 R1/2 M5x0.8

M6x1

M8x1 M10x1 M12x1.25 M14x1.5 M16x1.5 M20x1.5

UNF

NPT – 60°American Standard Taper Pipe Thread

BSPP, G – 55° Parallel Pipe Thread

10-32 UNF

1/8 NPT

1/4 NPT

3/8 NPT

1/2 NPT

G1/8

G1/4

G3/8

G1/2

Thread (BSPT)

Thread (NPT)

HVSS 01-01

HVSS N01-N01

HVSS 02-01

HVSS N02-N01

HVSS 02-02

HVSS N02-N02

HVSS 03-02

HVSS N03-N02

HVSS 03-03

HVSS N03-N03

HVSS 04-03

HVSS N04-N03

HVSS 04-04

HVSS N04-N04


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    the booster port adapters should already be screwed into your booster, the 90 degree stainless hoses go into them. We try and shrink wrap the reusable fittings to the hoses that they belong to so that you know where they go (there are a lot of different arrangements which makes it hard to do an end all be all print instruction guide, but we will be including that soon). Simply putting the fittings with the hoses they belong to often makes them impossible to get wrong since the big 3 automakers tend to make all power steering hoses with a big fitting and small fitting to each side (so it would be hard for a guy on the assembly line to get hundreds of them wrong by accident).

    GM and Dodge units normally come with banjo fittings into the booster, but for Fords, 99 times out of 100 It goes:

    -Separate the master cylinder from the booster, there is no fluid connection here (only mechanical), so just remove the two – or sometimes three or four – nuts that hold it down to the booster. If you are reusing the master, than just move it off to the side and don’t crack open the brake line fittings. If you are installing a mew master, than take the brake lines off and set the master off to the side with the ports facing up so that the fluid doesn’t leak out onto your bench or floor. Be careful because brake fluid will eat paint, so don’t get it on the fender, and keep water nearby to poor on it in case it does.

    -There are normally 4 bolts holding the vacuum booster onto the firewall, they are normally located under the dash and tend to be inconvenient to get to. The connection that holds the Vacuum booster input rod to the brake pedal will also be found while under the dash. It can be a clevis yoke, heim joint, or standard pedal rod end with a rounded or flat tip that is held in with one of a few types of clips. Detach this clip, then pull the booster out from the engine bay.

    -1st 90 degree stainless hose – Smaller port on the Pump out to the larger port on the booster (accumulator side, the one with only one fitting),

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    then the hydro-boost return (barb fitting on the side of the booster from the barb to the return line from the box return to the pump. Cut the box to pump line and fit the included T into it with the straight shot going from box to pump. Slip the HB return onto the perpendicular barb

    -Then tighten down all fittings and clamps at each end of each hose.

    -Brake bleeding is the same as normal. Bench bleeding normally leads to brake fluid dribbling out on the fender since so many master cylinders don’t have check valves. ‘Gravity bleeding’ is great in these cases because no air is introduced deep down in your system unless you crack open the bleeder screws at the calipers – which there is no reason to do unless you are changing your calipers at the same time. On a gravity bleed, you just tighten down the brake line fittings into the master, then back them up, cracking them open allows the small bit of air to work its way up as the fluid goes down from the master into the lines. When fluid begins to drip at the port, your brakes are bled.

    If you kept your stock master cylinder, than there would have been no need to crack open the brake lines, so no bleeding of the brakes would have been necessary. You’re good to go once the booster is bolted down to the firewall, master bolted down to the booster, and the booster rod is clipped onto the brake pedal.

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    There is a good truck installation, which is a conversion from vacuum to Hydro-Boost, in another video that we have on Youtube. Just search ’8 lug hydroboost’, or click on this link to watch it, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FgC_sQmHlvs.

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