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Module name At the end of your last answer to me you mentioned "distribution module", is that the name of this module you think I may need. Just asking since at the beginning of your answer you said the name escaped you. Thanks again, glenn

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It's called the proportional valve module. It has check valves in it that allow for the proper pressure to each caliper, and keep from having feed back or pressure bleed.

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