Front or back, how does this effect your race car and where should there be more brake? If your car pushes when applying the brakes while entering a curve, then you have too much front bias. Increasing the rear brake will help decrease this brake push.
There are two types of brake bias adjusters: one is mechanical and the other is hydraulic. The mechanical has a bar that goes between the two master cylinder pushrods and is adjusted from side to side, changing the amount of pressure applied to the front or back master cylinder. The hydraulic type increases or decreases the amount of fluid (hydraulic) pressure going to the rear brakes by restricting the brake fluid flow.
So when handling gremlins are plaguing your night, use these quick-and-dirty tips to correct your cars behavior. The results will surely please you, and remember where you got them!