Bruce, I ran 3/16ths from the mster cylinder to both 'in' ports on the porportioning valve. From the valve I ran 3/16ths to the rear and 3/16ths to the junction block that fed the left front and the right front. From that junction I ran 1/4 inch across the front to the right front junction and from it to the right front wheel I ran 3/16ths again. Your setup is somewhat different to mine in you have 4 wheel disc. If your porportioning valve has 4 outlets, I would run 3/16ths all the way.
I called Baer Brakes yesterday and they had no idea. I think what I'm after is useing the same size and design and GM used on the C4 Vette, With all the trouble I had with my last brake set up the car I want to make sure I di it right this time.
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