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Reading the tech article on the MCPV1, it says there are 2 front and two rear ports. does this mean that I do away with the brass junction blocks, and run 4 dedicated brake lines? I have purchased the CPP front and rear disc brakes. I"m trying to decide my plumbing and would appreciate any help, or direction to articles. I did not see anything in the instruction sheet. Thanks.
 

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You can eliminate them if you want but I would plug 1 ea front and rear port and run a single line to the front and single to the rear.
 

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That certainly sounds easier. I know when I did my '57 with the separate p valve, there were two separate lines going to each of the front brakes, and one line going to the rear. Not really sure if there's a best way to do it, but your way is certainly simple. Perhaps someone from CPP will also chime in.
 
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