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Distribution Block question

I have a quick question... I am in the process of creating a PDQCBB 4 wheel disc brake setup on my 68. The car currently has standard front discs. I will switch to a 70s Corvette master cylinder but do I need to change the distribution block that's below the MC? This has the electrical hook up for your brake warning light, but is it doing anything else? Is it some sort of proportioning valve? I plan to run an adjustable prop valve of the rear line, but this was one thing I hadn't picked up on in all the reading I've done so far.

What about the rear brake lines, are they OK for size?

I'm sure more questions will follow as I try to get this finished....

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Robb
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