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Old 16 April 2016, 10:31 PM   #91  
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Old 17 April 2016, 08:48 AM   #92  
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None of mine appear to have banjos on. Just 90 degree bends on some. I had two equal lengths with 90s on attached to a tee which I assumed was to run across back seat. The longest line with male ends I've run across the bulkhead as per original behind booster from tee to passenger wheel well, this line and tee were joined to bmc via small hose with 90 on and then other small hose to drivers wheel arch. I have two similar lengths with bulkhead fittings and 90s, these I think run to rear caliper lines from rear seat maybe following the old sensor route?? I've then got a few left to work out where to run the rear line from bmc to bias in car then on to rears, looks like one with a 90 and female could feed from the bmc to bulkhead. A lot of head scratching involved. Hope this may help some of u. I got the full bulkhead kit. Could have it completely wrong obviously.lol
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Tee to caliper drivers side is shortest line with 90 on. Longest line with 2 males goes around booster across bulkhead down passenger bulkhead to left caliper lines. From bmc to tee was second shortest line with 90 on. I went to front of bmc simply cos they're the front brakes























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Old 17 April 2016, 06:17 PM   #94  
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I drilled through the bulkhead below the clutch master from inside the car. The long bulkhead goes thru from the inside and nut goes on bulkhead side to hold in place. That I've then put behind matrix and back along tunnel to by handbrake where it connects to bias. The shortest line with 2 males goes from there to rear tee to the two equal length lines with 90s. The last 2 with bulkhead fittings (male) I'm gonna put from there to rear caliper lines 2mrw. Oh the line with the female fitting and 90 degree I've put from bmc to the bulkhead fitting below clutch Master. Hope this helps peeps. Obviously it's all just lying in place at the mo so gotta fix it down yet!!
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Yes i have changed the kits slightly from what ossett2k2 has posted so pay no attention to that. Plus thats not a bh kit.

Good effort jody!!...looks loke you have it pretty much sussed, although the 2 lines from tee piece run along the front of rear bench rather than on top and the 2 equal lines with male 90s are for rear calliper line connection and bulheads come through the front of the rear bench to the female 90s.

The kits are designed with a few different routings in mind so really fitters choice. Jody has it pretty much spot on though!
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Yes i have changed the kits slightly from what ossett2k2 has posted so pay no attention to that. Plus thats not a bh kit.

Good effort jody!!...looks loke you have it pretty much sussed, although the 2 lines from tee piece run along the front of rear bench rather than on top and the 2 equal lines with male 90s are for rear calliper line connection and bulheads come through the front of the rear bench to the female 90s.

The kits are designed with a few different routings in mind so really fitters choice. Jody has it pretty much spot on though!
Cool, thanks for the info. Was scratching my head for a while but once you have it laid out its easy. Will run them thru front of bench as you say. Do I need to use any tape on fittings. Again, it really is a nice bit of kit.
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Yes it is very straight forward tbh, very self explantory. The non bh standard kits are very simple.

Glad you are happy mate
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Yes i have changed the kits slightly from what ossett2k2 has posted so pay no attention to that. Plus thats not a bh kit.

Good effort jody!!...looks loke you have it pretty much sussed, although the 2 lines from tee piece run along the front of rear bench rather than on top and the 2 equal lines with male 90s are for rear calliper line connection and bulheads come through the front of the rear bench to the female 90s.

The kits are designed with a few different routings in mind so really fitters choice. Jody has it pretty much spot on though!
Apologies,didn't know you had altered the kit.
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No need to apoligise!! Thanks for the input!
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Recieved today thanks looks a quality bit of kit
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Hi guys I've fitted the kit and I've changed the bmc and the fluid for fresh stuff and now when I push the pedal down its soft and there is too much travel and they are not that great but if I push it down a 2nd time the pedal gets harder and they are better and if a 3rd time the pedal is nice and firm and they are the best brakes in the world. I have no leaks anywhere that I can find and I've bled them twice. Any one any ideas?.
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Sounds like air, how are you bleeding?
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I'm bleeding them furthest away from the master cylinder first?.
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I'm bleeding them furthest away from the master cylinder first?.
Are you doing it on your own? I've done it on my own before, with a self bleed and thought I did ok. But then got a mate to press the pedal down whilst bleed nipple loose n got him to keep it down til I closed nipple off before he took his foot off n repeated til no more bubbles (working from furthest to closest) and the difference was unbelievable. Haven't yet got fluid thru my new setup yet as had to get on with other things.
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Not on my own no my wife has been doing the pumping on the pedal wile I do the nipples. Yeah I've bled them furthest to closest got my wife to pump pedal then hold it down then I open the nipples up to let the air/fluid out when pedal goes down to the floor I shut the nipples up again. Am I doing it right?.
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