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Old 27 September 2015, 11:15 AM
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Default ABS delete kits.

Full abs delete kits available for all makes and models.

These kits replace all the standard hard lines throughout the car which are liable to corrosion, replacing them for high performance braided brake lines as well as removing the factory abs units.


Kit will include:

Line from BMC to front tee piece
2x lines from front tee piece to inner wings
Line from BMC to rear tee piece
2x Lines from rear tee piece to inner wings
2x Tee pieces
40x Nylon P clips
40x Self tapping screws
2x New banjo bolts
4x Copper washers

Half kit also available, which is consists of:

Line from BMC to front tee piece
2x lines from front tee piece to inner wings
Line from BMC to tee piece
2x Lines from tee piece to existing divider block in engine bay.
2x Tee pieces
20x Nylon P clips
20x Self tapping screws
2x New banjo bolts
4x Copper washers

Full bulkhead kit also available, see below.

We can also supply custom kits to your requirements, through car bulkhead fittings/hydros etc etc.

All of our brake lines are professionally assembled in house using Hel performance fittings.


Full kit 165

Half kit 125

Full kit with bulkhead fittings 195.....this kit is designed for cars with stripped interiors where no rear seats are in place etc as the lines run the centre of the car and split across the rear in place of the bench, includes lines with bulkhead fittings for a more proffesional, neater install.

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Available in many colours, please ask!!

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Old 27 September 2015, 06:59 PM
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Exactly what I'm after!

I have a 1997 Impreza Turbo 2000 with ABS. I want to remove the ABS completely as its downright dangerous.

What do I need and how much?
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Old 27 September 2015, 07:31 PM
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Originally Posted by piehole1983 View Post
Exactly what I'm after!

I have a 1997 Impreza Turbo 2000 with ABS. I want to remove the ABS completely as its downright dangerous.

What do I need and how much?
Hi,

No its not the greatest of systems is it.

Abs delete kit should see you right, a full kit for the impreza is priced at 165 plus 5.99 postage.

The kit will replace all existing hard lines except calliper lines, these are available seperately if you do not already have some.

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Cool, I already have new braided caliper lines to go on sitting here so I'm ok that way. Do your lines follow the same route as the old hard lines?
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Cool, I already have new braided caliper lines to go on sitting here so I'm ok that way. Do your lines follow the same route as the old hard lines?
Yes they do, although you can have a custom kit, routing a different way if you wish?
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Yes they do, although you can have a custom kit, routing a different way if you wish?
I happy with the normal routing. Hopefully it's not a torture to install! Is PayPal ok?
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Originally Posted by piehole1983 View Post
I happy with the normal routing. Hopefully it's not a torture to install! Is PayPal ok?
Payment details pm'd.

What colour kit would you like?
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Sorry, busy day at work! Think I'll go for black like my caliper lines. I'll pop the payment over shortly.
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Where are you based? And do you do a fitted service?
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Where are you based? And do you do a fitted service?
Based in redhill, surrey and yes we can offer a fitted service, though its really not too bad of a job tbh, pm for details if you require by all means
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You got any guides for the new pipework routing etc for when the ABS servo is removed?
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The lines are labelled for easy install, it'll all make sense when you recive your kit
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I've already deleted the ABS and used some hardlines; not the best install as we had to route the lines as we went so I just want a tider option. Does this set-up put a t-piece equidistant between the brakes on each side? What.s the scope to include a break for my bias valve which is attached to the drivers seat subframe (fixed buckets).

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Originally Posted by JonMc View Post
I've already deleted the ABS and used some hardlines; not the best install as we had to route the lines as we went so I just want a tider option. Does this set-up put a t-piece equidistant between the brakes on each side? What.s the scope to include a break for my bias valve which is attached to the drivers seat subframe (fixed buckets).

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Hi jonmc,

You wont get neater than these kits thats for sure, the spec for kit we make isnt equal no but i can make you one no problem, what with having the break for a bias it would be a good idea to mock it with string to the lengths you require, send me the string and the bias valve (or if you know the thread sizes)and il copy for lines. A method used by many of our customers.

That way you have a fully bespoke kit to your lay out. All it will cost you is an extra 10 for the break for your bias..
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I'll do some measuring once the engine is out and let you know. There's a couple of other tweeks that I need to account for (removing the spare wheel well etc).

Final question for now - how do you manage the connection to the master cylinder - is it a banjo bolt or a threaded end on the line?
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Final question for now - how do you manage the connection to the master cylinder - is it a banjo bolt or a threaded end on the line?
That was my next question too
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The lines are labelled for easy install, it'll all make sense when you recive your kit
Thanks for that, looking forward to getting the kit!
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Its usually a banjo, if youd prefer a male straight or 90, thats no problem, let me know which or both
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Its usually a banjo, if youd prefer a male straight or 90, thats no problem, let me know which or both
Banjo is fine, male straights for the t-pieces and the bias valve - may even update that too
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Half kits now available also at 125!!! See post #1
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Originally Posted by Pro-Line Motorsport View Post
Half kits now available also at 125!!! See post #1
Cracking value, any problems with brake bias? Ie locking the rear wheels before the front?
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Very good value for money yes!

Should be fine on bias, masters are always split front and rear and they are never equal pressures, usually carry a residual valve. We sell alot of 200sx kits and actually fitted one recently, the brakes locked up the wheels everytime with the abs (which is equally as bad as the subaru abs) must be a jap thing! removal kit just stopped the car no lock up and the pedal feel was soooo much nicer!

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Kit arrived today, looks very well made with quality stainless fittings. Thanks!

Any guides to identify which pipe is which?
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Glad it turnt up ok

Totally forgot to tell you, labelling machine died on me so couldnt label your kit..

I will pm you now.
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No worries! Thanks!
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Impreza abs delete kits with bulkhead fittings front and rear also available at 195 delivered!

Non abs model full line replacement kits also available!!

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So you do fitting as well ?

Where are you guys based ?
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Based in Redhill, surrey and yes we can offer a fitting service
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Based in Redhill, surrey and yes we can offer a fitting service
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