But what if I don't want to press so hard like in any modern power everything compact?
Well I think the hole question here it how much do you want to spend? Do you want a race car? Last time I put in a proportiong valve was on our race car. These cars are anywhere from 30 to58 years old or older. The way they drive and handle can be improved over stock in many ways. Some of the changes just enhance the driving experience and some change it completely. I have to admit I liked to climb in to our 71SB with a full cage,discs all around,proportion valve, cutting brakes and a line lock. But the car also had a 165 vair motor, power-glide trans, and rode on 14" tires with 2 1/2" sheet rock screws in them 350 per tire. My point is I like to climb in to my 66 Ghia an cruise around, I don't have to much traffic worry about"just some big ### moose". If you want to up grade your Bug To Race car standards that is fine, "I know how bad traffic can be as I kiss the nearest road way when I come back up here from vacation in the lower 48". Espesially if the motor is pumped up, extra brakes are necessity. But these are old cars I for one am not looking at my ghia as a If that is what you are looking for that is great and I would like to see some posts,that way I could decide what improvements I might do to mine.
any modern power everything compact
66 Ghia, "Dexter" 76 flat window Beetle
It's not a Car it's a VolksWagon!