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This was a very easy install with the lines they supply.Just finding the right fittings alone is a PITA,but they supply everything.I installed the switch in the console in the blank recess behind the T/C button.Didn't have to take apart anything to install any wiring,just had to pop the T/C cover off and drill a 1/2" hole.Bleeding the brakes was the hardest part,not for the job, but to get my wife to shut her mouth and help me bleed them.All in all, a job anyone here can do in about an hour or two.I'm gonna try it out saturday and see what kind of burnouts I can do in 2nd gear.
Anthony
 

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Did you break any flares on the tubes. That's the weak point on the lines SLP supplies. I've broken numerous ones just snugging them.
 

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No,but I saw pics of you here,I think you might have a tendency of over doing torque?HaHa.No really,no problems at all.
 

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Oh thanks. :p

I didn't even get a chance to overtorque. They snapped on snug up. :(

No brake line is safe around me. ;)
 

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Nice, fill us in on how well the work! The Line Locks are on my top 10 list of things to do when I get my GTO.
 
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