Abs delete

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  1. DallasTahoe

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    I looked at the Motiv bleeder and yes it looks awesome but for the number of times I would use it I can’t justify the cost, and trust me I’ve got a lot of stuff in my garage where I should have said that


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    I struggled with that too. For years. And meanwhile I bought one of the vacuum ones that hook to a compressor and wasted a gallon of brake fluid and an entire day trying to bleed my brakes and ended up returning it and doing it the old fashioned way. Then next time when I was installing my Wilwoods I decided wtf, compared to the cost of my brakes it was nothing. Now I wish I'd have bought it years ago. Even if I only need it twice in my lifetime it's worth it.
     
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    Decided I’m going to go through with the delete and do that before making the jump to hydroboost. My brakes are just too inconsistent and I know it’s because of that pesky abs module. I just need to know the thread on the abs input lines so I can get the proper adapters anybody know?


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    anyone here ?
    I have a 2000 Z71 and the ABS module has been removed and piped the front disc in direct and the rear going through a wilwood manual adjustable for rear drums... It doesnt work pedal goes to the floor ..its been power bled and everything...Ive had several different shops attempt fixing this . everyone wants to change the MC with no results.. thanks
     
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    would love to talk to you.. I just did the same thing but the pedal goes down a ways
     
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    Do new stainless steel lines in front and rear, then make sure the rear brakes are adjusted properly, then bleed them


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