What can I remove after 1 piece clutch line install

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  1. boo5t

    boo5t Member

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    I just installed one of these bad boys and would be keen to know what I can get rid of from the engine bay as a result.

    Thanks
     
  2. WazTTed

    WazTTed Grease Monkey

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    all the hard piping in the engine bay including the small junction box near the brake master cylinder rip it all out and chuck in the bin !!
     
  3. boo5t

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    any one have a pic with all the stuff circled by chance?
     
  4. CHILI

    CHILI Indestructable Target

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    Why on Earth would you need pictures(you just disconnected the relevant pipework from the Clutch M/Cyl when you fitted one-piece line)?:confused:

    Just remove the pipework that is no longer in use!!:br:
     
  5. Vader

    Vader Just another guy

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    Remove the line from the clutch m/c down to the little manifold.
    Pull out the manifold and the bleed line that goes to the front of the car.
    Pull out the line that goes down from the manifold under the heat shields to that little bracket where the rubber line comes from.
    Pull out the rubber line.

    Finally, if you did like me and got the one piece line from the states, coil up the extra line and pop it under the brake master/booster.
     

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