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    DB-Power Full ABS Removal Kit Install Pics Please

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    Does anyone have pictures of where the pipes are mounted?
    Thanks!

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    i would also be interested in this

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    In my project thread.

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    Link please zeppelin

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    zeppelin101's project thread

    Search button is your friend

    (its on the first page of the members s-body chassis project threads section )

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    hi sorry to thread hijack BUT when you run the pipes to each side of the car from the 'T' piece dont they have to be equal length? was thinking if one side shorter would that get greater pressure applied than the longer? thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevros View Post
    hi sorry to thread hijack BUT when you run the pipes to each side of the car from the 'T' piece dont they have to be equal length? was thinking if one side shorter would that get greater pressure applied than the longer? thanks
    pressure is pressure, whether it is 10cm or 100 miles it would be the same each end

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    im a little confused still so sorry if it sounds completely dumb. ok so the ABS system its got a LH pipe,RH pipe, one that goes to the rear and 2 that come from the master cylinder. so if i took the ABS system out how would i plumb it in because it has 3 pipes coming out and 2 coming in from the master cylinder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergcab View Post
    im a little confused still so sorry if it sounds completely dumb. ok so the ABS system its got a LH pipe,RH pipe, one that goes to the rear and 2 that come from the master cylinder. so if i took the ABS system out how would i plumb it in because it has 3 pipes coming out and 2 coming in from the master cylinder.
    Have a look on here;

    http://www.sxoc.com/vbb/showthread.p...66#post5799166

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    new question! if i fit a hydro h/brake do they have one output or 2? i hope one as i presume i connect it straight to the single line running to the rears? i'm feeding my pipe through the car not under so this connection of the hydro would be easier?

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    also if i connect it into the line to the rears when used would it not back pressure the master cylinder? or does this not matter?
    thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan@DB-Power View Post
    pressure is pressure, whether it is 10cm or 100 miles it would be the same each end
    Actually that is not true.
    You will get pressure loss in a long pipe. Bends also add to pressure loss.

    Buth within a car the pressure loss is negligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevros View Post
    hi sorry to thread hijack BUT when you run the pipes to each side of the car from the 'T' piece dont they have to be equal length? was thinking if one side shorter would that get greater pressure applied than the longer? thanks
    This is ok, just look at bikes. They usually have one hose going from master cylinder to front right caliper, and a second one going from right caliper to left caliper.

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    yea i got it know. just basiclly the pipe coming from the BMC for the front you get the T piece and plumb it in and the pipe coming for the rear from the BMC just needs connecting to the pipe for the rear simples.

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