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Old 12-17-2012, 10:28 AM   #9
JokerElite
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Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: New Jersey
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My Ride: '95 M3, '04 M3
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Originally Posted by paraklas View Post
not really any attachment. Just secured the brake line somewhere, then I used the hand-gun from the air compressor to blow regulated compressed air to the caliper through the brake line. Once pressure starts to build inside the caliper, the piston will start to slide out until it reaches the end of the cylinder, where it will literally fly out, therefore the need to have something like a piece of wood to stop it from hitting the cast caliper.
That's what I'm trying to do but I need a way to connect the hose form the compressor to the hose of the caliper. I might go to the store and see if they have some sort of adapter that fits both ends.

I hope it will still work even though I have a little rust holding the piston coming out. How much pressure did you use?
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