I did use an adapte unknown size, but it’s a preformed line into an adapter into the sn95 fitting
All depends on if the fitting sizes are the same. If yes, would be a direct swap other than rerouting the pass front fox brake line to the rear fitting like shown above.What's involved with using that valve vs. gutting the existing one?
True, but the car is not an SN95. The valve is set with the weight of that chassis and tire sizes in mind.I'm just thinking that the entire brake system is sn95 (94 gt) aand it would be more appropriate to use thar valve?
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