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Old 04-14-2011, 03:49 AM
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Neat work BB, is it you that made some caliber alu brackets for Mercedez rotors a while ago?
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Old 04-14-2011, 11:36 AM
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When can we buy that kit

Do you have more of those adapters?? i could use some and the inverted flare is easier than the an flare
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Old 04-14-2011, 09:31 PM
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When can we buy that kit

Do you have more of those adapters?? i could use some and the inverted flare is easier than the an flare
No I don't have any more adapters but they are pretty easy to come by. The adapters were Edelmann but they cross reference to Eaton, Weaterhead, NAPA etc. They run about $5 each here.
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Old 04-14-2011, 11:53 PM
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Just finished up a C5 master in my fathers car... We were able to find a hydraulic line shop that had the adapters directly to a 3/16" line. They didnt have any part numbers, just letting you know they are out there
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Old 08-14-2011, 01:19 AM
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Next you going to say you did all that work on that nice white carpeting.....


It's funny that you say that. 7 years ago that room was filled with parts I took off of my 68. I got divorced the year before and the ex got the furniture, I got the house. So, it looked like an indoor junkyard, wish I had pictures.

Yes the carpets been cleaned since then and I actually have new furniture now.
I love it! Did the same thing when I did my 90 project vette. Gotta love being single!
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Someone brought this up at CF. Gotta say that the work one this master setup is awesome BBShark. I have the master in my basement ready to go and some hardlines with bubble flares I was going to bend to meet the stock distribution block. My thoughts were to reflare at this point with stock size fittings. I like the idea of the wilwood prop valve though.
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Does the c5 master stick out any further than stock?

(My master pushes into my air intake elbow as it is.)


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