Ok, I have a '69 Camaro that I'm changing from 4 wheel drum to 4 wheel disk. I bought the BAER Track set-up, and have replaced all of the brake lines with a new stainless set. Of course I have several questions.....
(1) The master cylinder that comes with the BAER system has the resevoir for the front in the back (opposite of the stock master cylinder)........I asked the guys at BAER if I need to re-route the lines that go to the distribution block under the master cylinder and they said NO....... this doesnt make any sense to me. The line from the back of the master (now the front resevoir)goes to the back hole on the block, right next to the line that goes to the rear..... I'M CONFUSED !!! Doesnt the block separate the front and rear ????
(2) Where is the "best" place to mount the prop valve ???? There isnt much room right under the distribution block...... I was considering mounting it in the rear where the hard line becomes the flexible line that goes to the rearend..... kind of a pain to adjust, but easier to mount ( No splicing and flaring needed)
(3) The boot on the brake pedal pushrod...... it needs to be stuck over the end of the master cylinder , right ???
If anyone has pix of how/where they mounted their prop valve for the BAER/Wilwood/SSBC brakes, it would be great.