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    hey all i have a question for any1 running the jdm t50 i have just got my clutch slave cylinder but i have the clutch hard line running down the wrong side of my gearbox tunell
    i was thinking of just getting a braided line made up straight from my clutch mc to slave but i was wondering what all u blokes have done for this
    ie bending the adm clutch hard line down the drivers side or getting a new 1 made up or as i have thought getting a braided line made up
    cheers all for your help
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    The hard line is similar to that on a RA60 I beleive.
    Get the metal bracket that is bolted to the left chassis rail, and bolt it to the right one.
    Work out how long the hard line should be. Go to ABS or some brake place and get a new bundy brake line made to suit, with Toyota M10x1 fittings. Bend it to shape yourself.
    The flex line is the same as all others, or get a braided one, M10x1 male and female.
    And remember the big metal C clip to hold the flex line onto the bracket.

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    just go braid. will cost you $80 and looks trick. get banjo both ends, and try to get the ends at 90* to each other. or have a good look at what you want, otherwise it will be twisted.

    otherwise yeah like jonny said.

    also t18 line will work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonny Rochester View Post
    The hard line is similar to that on a RA60 I beleive.
    Get the metal bracket that is bolted to the left chassis rail, and bolt it to the right one.
    Work out how long the hard line should be. Go to ABS or some brake place and get a new bundy brake line made to suit, with Toyota M10x1 fittings. Bend it to shape yourself.
    The flex line is the same as all others, or get a braided one, M10x1 male and female.
    And remember the big metal C clip to hold the flex line onto the bracket.
    And it's important to have it braced, isn't it?
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    It's just the difference between Toyota reliability and what the regular Aussie thinks they can get away with.

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    If a metal brake line is made to flex, it will break after about 10 years. Whos fault will that be? Toyota have it covered.

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    the easiest way by far is to just run the clutch line setup from a t18...it bolts straight up to sprinter with ease

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    Honda CBR1000 front brake line.

    Edit: Not front brake line, clutch line. Well im 99% sure it is. Its definatly a Honda motorbike clutch line, and im pretty sure it came from a CBR1000.
    Last edited by matt99; 27th March 2009 at 10:49 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt99 View Post
    Honda CBR1000 front brake line.
    wtf are you serious do u have 1 in your ride can i see how it works? cheers mat
    the dyno pull to 300rwkw

    BT20v is making 300rwkw like i said i would without nitrous so now its time for some spray and see if she will run a 10s or less

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    A quick search of Honda CBR1000 parts show this is very probable. Some bike brake threads maybe 10x1.25, others 10x1.0. If you get the banjo sort it would fit for sure. (And for bikes, you can buy things in lots of colours.) If you can't find M10x1 banjo bolts, they are found on front brakes of a ZZE122R Corollas among others.

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