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1. SCOPE. a. The instructions contained in this manual are for the informa tion and guidance of personnel charged with the maintenance and repair of hydraulic brakes (Lockheed). These instructions' are sup plementary to field and technical manuals prepared for the using arms. This manual does not contain information which is intended primarily for the using arms, since such information is available to ordnance maintenance personnel in 100-series TM's or FM's. b. The manual contains a description of, and procedure for dis assembly, inspection, repair, and assembly of hydraulic brakes. 2. ARRANGEMENT. a. Chapter 2 covers tests and adjustments of hydraulic brake assemblies. Chapter 3 discusses construction and operation, and procedures for disassembly, repair, and assembly of master cylinder assemblies. Chapter 4 covers wheel cylinder assemblies, and chapter 5 describes like procedures for wheel brake assemblies.
Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Home Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild Sun, 05/30/2010 - 11:17am — SAH This document describes how to rebuild the Wagner brake pressure differential valve (sometimes called a "distribution block") and front disk brake pressure control valve (sometimes called a "proportioning valve") used on Ford and Lincoln/Mercury vehicles by replacing the internal parts that typically wear out after years of service. Tools needed: 5/8" socket or box wrench Clean brake fluid 1/2" socket or box wrench Liquid ammonia 9/16" open end or box wrench Isopropyl alcohol Needle-nose pliers Steel wool Dental pick (or other small, pointed tool) .38 caliber bore brush Heat gun Cotton swabs Small drywall screw The rebuild kit provided by Muscle Car Research LLC includes the following parts: O-rings Proportioning valve spring X-rings Copper crush washer The Wagner valves are identified by Ford engineering numbers that are stamped into the body of the valve. The parts in this kit can be used to rebuild the following valves (identified by both service part number and engineering part number): Valve Type Pressure Control Valve (Proportioning Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Pressure Differential Valve (Distribution Valve) Service Part Number Engineering Number(s) C7OZ-2B091-B C7OA-2B091-A, -C, C9OA-2B091-A C7ZZ-2B257-D C7ZA-2B257-E C8OA-2B257-J C8OZ-2B257-B C8ZZ-2B257-A C8ZA-2B257-E1, -E2, -G1, -G2, -J1, -J2, -L1 Arrange your valve, tools, and rebuild kit on a clean work surface. Let's get started! The first step is to inspect the valve and make sure that the exterior is undamaged. Check the port threads for damage. Make sure the valve is securely attached to the mounting bracket. A loose mounting bracket can be tightened up by lightly tapping the brass mounting tab with a ball peen hammer. If any of the brass port threads are stripped or damaged you're better off finding another valve. If your valve passes the exterior inspection you're ready to disassemble it and inspect the internal parts. http://www.musclecarresearch.com/valve-rebuild-wagner Page 1 of 5 Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Disassemble valve: Use the wrenches or sockets to remove the brass fittings and the warning lamp switch. The piston inside the proportioning valve can be difficult to remove due to rust from a deteriorating spring. Whatever you do, do not attempt to push the piston out from behind by banging on it! There are small brass tabs in the end of the piston that will almost certainly be damaged (making the piston useless) if you try to force it out that way. The piston can usually be removed by threading a small drywall screw into the visible end of the piston and pulling after applying heat to the open end of the valve. Do not heat the valve so much that it might melt the plastic and rubber pieces at the other end of the piston! If heat and pulling don't work immediately, try soaking the piston with a good penetrating oil. Here's what you can expect to find after you've removed the piston, seals, and spring: Here's the piston from inside the distribution valve: Inspect the bores once the pistons have been removed. If the bores aren't perfectly smooth you should either replace the affected valve body or have the bores professionally sleeved. http://www.musclecarresearch.com/valve-rebuild-wagner Page 2 of 5 Wagner Brake Pressure Differential Valve Rebuild | Muscle Car Research LLC 8/25/10 8:03 AM Remove old rings and seals: Remove the old rings and seals from the disassembled parts. A dental pick makes it easy to get under the o-rings.
8.25/Ft. BRK-0009, BRK-0010, BRK-0011 Continuous wound stainless steel spring stock to armor brake pipes on Bugatti and other French cars of the 1930's such as Delage and Peugeot. Three sizes available. Please inquire for current inventory of available lengths. BRK-0009 For use with 5/16 pipe; .043 wire, .375 OD BRK-0010 For use with 1/4 pipe; .032 wire; .312 OD BRK-0011 For use with 1/4 pipe; .020 wire; .295 OD Co Heavy Wall Copper Tubing for Brakes 5.50/FT. J-4836, J-4869, J-4821 Heavy wall copper tubing for use in brakes. Three sizes available: J-4836 1/4 x .065 wall; J-4869 5/16 x .065 wall; J-4821 3/8 x .065 wall Co 1938 Packard V-12 Brake Shoe Tension Spring $9.00 P-0062 Brake shoe tension spring for 1938 Packard V-12, may also fit other years and models. Packard part number 234839. L-29 Clutch & Brake Pedal Return Spring Bracket $6.00 COR-0029 Laser cut steel bracket to attach the clutch and brake pedal return springs on Cord L-29. Material: Steel; OAL: 1.140; Large OD: .750; Small OD: .259; Large ID: .460; Small ID: .150; Thickness: .0478 Co Cord L-29 Brake & Clutch Pedal Spring $15.50 COR-0028 Brake and clutch pedal return spring for use on Cord L-29. Cord part number C2-5007. Material: Steel; OAL: 19.00; Coil length: 6.375; Coil OD: .555; Wire: .062; Hook length: .750 Co 1935-37 Packard Secondary Brake Shoe Return Spring $5.25 P-0177 Steel return spring used on 1935 1937 Packard V12 and Super 8. Connects the secondary brake shoe to the bracket. Packard part number 304879, "Brake shoe (secondary) to bracket spring". Quantity of four used per car. Material: Steel; OD: .583; OAL: 2.150; Coil length: .875; Long hook length: .9375; Short hook length: .407; Wire: .081 Wire is .062 Dia, .380 OD and 3.82 OAL. Co 1929-30 Packard Brake Shoe Anti-Rattle Spring $58.75 P-0109 Brake shoe anti-rattle spring for use on 1929 - 1930 Packard. Version: 3/4/2014 Classic & Exotic Service, Inc., 2032 Heide, Troy, MI 48084 USA Brakes & Brake Master Cylinder Prices subject to change Co 1916-36 Cadillac LaSalle Brake & Clutch Pedal Return Spring $25.75 CAD-0093 Brake and clutch pedal return spring for use on the following years and models of Cadillac and LaSalle: Cadillac 1916-17 V8 55; 1917-19 V8 57; 192021 V8 59; 1921-23 V8 61; 1923-25 V8 63; 1925-27 V8 314; 1927-29 V8 341; 1929-30 V8 353; 1930-35 V8 355; 1930-35 V12 370; 1930-35 V16 452; 1936 V16 36-90 LaSalle 1927-28 303; 1928-29 328; 1929-30 340; 1930-33 345 Cadillac part number 32513, group numbers 5.0362 and 4.4222 Material: Steel; Finish: Natural; OD: .637; Number of coils: 48; Coil length: 3.9375; Wire: .075; Hook: 1.325 x 1.063 x .125 Co American Underslung Traveler Brake Shoe Torsion Spring $20.75 MISC-0241 Brake shoe torsion spring as used on 1910 American Underslung Traveler. Material: Steel; Finish: Natural; Wire: .105; OD coil: 1.4375; OAL: 3.125; OAW: 2.8125; ID hook at end: .517...
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2004-2006 Moto Guzzi Breva 750 Installation Instructions Parts List Button Adjustment Display Power Commander USB Cable CD-ROM Installation Guide Power Adapter Power Commander Decals Dynojet Decals Velcro® Strip Alcohol Swab Faceplate Buttons O2 Optimizer 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 Expansion Port USB Port The ignition MUST be turned OFF before installation! You can also download the Power Commander software and latest maps from our web site at: www.powercommander.com PLEASE READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION Dynojet Research 2191 Mendenhall Drive North Las Vegas, NV 89081 (800) 992-4993 www.powercommander.com i722-411 2004-2005 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 1 1 Remove the seat and right hand side cover. 2 Route the harness from the PCIII under the right hand frame tube (Fig. A). 3 Remove the 3 accessible screws that hold the ECU in place (Fig. B). 4 Pull out gently on the ECU to access the stock connector. Unplug this connector from the ECU (Fig. C). Fig. B Fig. A PCIII harness Remove these screws Fig.C Stock Connector i722-411 www.powercommander.com 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 2 5 Plug the connectors from the PCIII in-line of the stock wiring harness and ECU (Fig. D). 6 Install the PCIII behind the battery. Use the supplied velcro to keep the unit in place. 7 Locate the stock O2 sensor in the crossover of the stock header. Follow the wires from the O2 sensor to the main wiring harness. 8 Unplug the O2 sensor from the wiring harness and plug the Dynojet O2 Optimizer in-line of the stock wiring harness and O2 sensor (Fig. F). Fig.D PCIII Connectors Stock Connector Fig.E Attach the PCIII with the velcro in this area Fig.F Disconnect O2 sensor i722-411 www.powercommander.com 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 3 Install the O2 Optimizer under the left hand side cover (Fig. G). 10 Reinstall the seat and side cover Fig. G 9 www.powercommander.com It is not necessary to alter the values in the highlighted area. i722-411 The O2 optimizer for this model controls the stock closed loop area. This area is represented by the highlighted cells shown. The optimizer is designed to achieve a target AFR of 13.6:1. To use this optimizer you must retain your stock O2 sensor. The Optimizer will blink while the sensors are being heated up. The unit is not functioning properly until the light is solid. 04-06 Breva 750 - PCIII USB - 4
Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufﬁciency and Multiple Sclerosis Omar Khan, MD,1 Massimo Filippi, MD,2 Mark S. Freedman, MD,3 Frederik Barkhof, MD, PhD,4 Paula Dore-Duffy, PhD,1 Hans Lassmann, MD,5 Bruce Trapp, PhD,6 Amit Bar-Or, MD,7 Imad Zak, MD,8 Marilyn J. Siegel, MD,9 and Robert Lisak, MD1 A chronic state of impaired venous drainage from the central nervous system, termed chronic cerebrospinal venous insufﬁciency (CCSVI), is claimed to be a pathologic phenomenon exclusively seen in multiple sclerosis (MS). This has invigorated the causal debate of MS and generated immense interest in the patient and scientiﬁc communities. A potential shift in the treatment paradigm of MS involving endovascular balloon angioplasty or venous stent placement has been proposed as well as conducted in small patient series. In some cases, it may have resulted in serious injury. In this Point of View, we discuss the recent investigations that led to the description of CCSVI as well as the conceptual and technical shortcomings that challenge the potential relationship of this phenomenon to MS. The need for conducting carefully designed and rigorously controlled studies to investigate CCVSI has been recognized by the scientiﬁc bodies engaged in MS research. Several scientiﬁc endeavors examining the presence of CCSVI in MS are being undertaken. At present, invasive and potentially dangerous endovascular procedures as therapy for patients with MS should be discouraged until such studies have been completed, analyzed, and debated in the scientiﬁc arena.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) in People with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Introduction Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurodegenerative disease of the central nervous system that affects from 13,000 to 18,000 people in Québec. There are three forms of the disease: relapsing-‐ remitting, secondary progressive and primary progressive. Relapsing-‐remitting MS, the most common form, is manifested by attacks alternating with periods of remission. The secondary progressive form may follow the relapsing-‐remitting form and is characterized by a steady and irreversible worsening of symptoms. The primary progressive form is characterized by a steady progression of symptoms from disease onset. Fatigue, pain, weakness, and impairments in cognition, vision, sensory processing and coordination are symptoms generally reported by people with MS. To date, there is no cure for this disease. In 2009, the published research findings of an Italian physician, Dr Paolo Zamboni, generated considerable interest in patients and in the scientific community. This researcher advanced the hypothesis that MS may be caused by chronic cerebrospinal venous insufficiency (CCSVI) and that venous angioplasty, or venoplasty, may be the appropriate treatment for this syndrome. It was suggested that CCSVI is characterized by stenoses of the internal jugular and azygos veins, disrupting the return of blood flow from the brain and spinal cord to the heart. The stenosis may lead to the reversal of blood flow to the brain, which may cause iron deposits or plaques, thus contributing to the development of MS. Venoplasty, the treatment currently ...