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Old 01-09-2019, 03:41 AM   #1
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What lines needed for Wilwood proportioning valve?

Iím getting a new Wilwood master cylinder with portioning valve. Ď70 C10 short bed/SS, CPP front discs, rear drum. Currently have an OEM style master cylinder. Anyone have to get different brake lines that tie into proportioning valve from the brakes? Where did you find them? Photos are the Wilwood MC, the rest are what I have installed. Thanks Any help would be great!!
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Old 01-09-2019, 07:27 PM   #2
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Re: What lines needed for Wilwood proportioning valve?

Your new wilwood setup will have two ports for the Front and 1 port for the rear coming out of the proportioning valve. They accept your current brake line fittings and it is optional to use both front ports or just one and cap the other. In summary for you to change nothing, Cap one front port(FO) on the new wilwood master connect your current single brake line from the front to the non capped (FO) port. Connect your current rear brake line to the rear port on the wilwood prop valve(RO)

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