well i alrady have my line lock in on the old set up..so is it still straight farward?? just conenct to the lines all the same as it is now>?riceca said:If you are running disc brakes in the rear you dont have to do anything because the master is setup for disc/disc. But if you have drum brakes like I do you need to add a 10lbs residual (sp?) valve. Other than that it is a bolt it. You have to use the supplied fitting that come with the master for the brake lines. Not had just part of it. All you have to do is cut your old lines and put the new fittings on and re-flare the lines. It is really an easy install. I had a little more complication because I added the line lock at the same time. But still easy.
the firm doesnt bother me long as it stops good hawessonracing said:I have mine running through the stock proportion valve. I put a 10LB residual pressure valve straight out of master cylinder that runs the rear brakes, and then to the stock prop valve. The brakes work fine although the pedal is quite firm.
wessonracing said:It wouldn't bother me if I was the only one driving it but my 16 year old daughter races it and she doesn't have the leg strength I do. So far it hasn't been a problem I plan on putting better brakes on it soon, that is before we go to any tracks with a short shut down area.
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