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Old 8th October 2004, 19:19   #16
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Quote[/b] (Rehaan @ Oct. 08 2004,02:27)]Actually the brake pedal seems much more responsive on the viva CRDI (and accent CRDI i guess). Probably due to a different booster or master cylinder etc, not sure exactly what the differences in the braking systems are.

ps - also was wondering - the CRDI has vented discs.... did the old accent petrol have these or solid rotors? i have never actually noticed!
Yes i remember reading abt the crdi having a larger booster than the petrol models in overdrive if im not mistaken.

I havent noticed either-the petrols brakes....but the crdi does have vented discs...n it brakes a lot better than the petrol accents.
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