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Okay, so being the "guy" that I am, I threw out the directions included with my Wilwood proportioning valve without reading them closely.(if at all)

My question is: Which way do you turn the knob to decrease pressure to the back brakes? The knob has a "decrease" and "increase" written on it with arrows, but does it mean "increase/decrease pressure" or "increase/decrease pressure reduction"?

Bottom line is, if I turn it in the direction "increase", is my braking power to the rear increased or decreased?
 
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Turn the valve knob clockwise for more rear brake, counterclockwise for more front.
 

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Thanks for the info.
 

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Further info - you may have to crank it a good bit - be prepared to do a bunch of test stops -
 

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Okay, counter clockwise is in the direction of the "decrease" arrow. Thus, "decrease" is decreasing the pressure allowed through the valve. Makes sense.
 
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