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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old May 3rd, 07, 03:47 PM Thread Starter
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Hi guys, need help installing Hurst roll control. The directions show 3 types of dual master cylinders routing. I don't see any of them EXACTLY like mine. I have 69 coupe small block with power front discs. The front line on the master cylinder goes to what I think is called a metering block, then right back out to the end of the other block that has the differential switch wire in it. The rear line runs from the master cylinder to the other end of the differential block. From this block, the lines go to the rear brakes, the right front brake and the left front brake, WHEW. what type do I have, #1, #2, or #3. And does anyone have a picture of this install that will help me before I disconnect lines. I know you guys know the answer. Please be specific. thanks so much
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Re: hurst roll control

put it in the rear line coming out of the master (the larger of the 2 resivoirs)
Any place before the lines split will work, all it does is maintain pressure when you're on the switch and have stepped on the brake. Other than that, it just rides along doing nothing, and has no effect on braking.

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If I put it in the rear line, then it will lock up all four wheels won't it?
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Re: hurst roll control

With your setup, I would do it this way.

1) Disconnect the lines going to the two front wheels from the distribution block (the rectangular block underneath the master). These will be the right front line, and the very front line.

2) Put a plug in the right front outlet port.

3) Plumb a line from the very front port to the line lock inlet.

4) At the line lock outlet, install a Tee fitting.

5) Connect the right and left wheel lines to either end of the tee.

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Re: hurst roll control

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If I put it in the rear line, then it will lock up all four wheels won't it?
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No, not at all.

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