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Old 09-11-2019, 11:54 AM   #1
Wayne Scraba
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Red face Line Lock Plumbing?

Hi. I plumbed a Line Lock like this (below). It seemed like a clean way to plumb it without using a "T" inline. This saved a couple of potential places to leak . But now someone mentioned to me that with the way I plumbed it, there won't be sufficient pressure to hold the car while doing a burnout. So should I plug one of the outlets on the Roll Control and "T" out of one port only?

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Old 09-11-2019, 12:56 PM   #2
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Pressure is pressure, doesn't matter if you had a T or used the LL body as the T, Once you activate the solenoid you pump the pedal and the LL is a one way check valve.
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Pressure is pressure, doesn't matter if you had a T or used the LL body as the T, Once you activate the solenoid you pump the pedal and the LL is a one way check valve.
Thanks! My thoughts exactly, but it seems I'm second guessing myself......again (not unusual in my world...L-O-L).

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Default Re: Line Lock Plumbing?

You may want to add a small rubber pad to insulate the line lock from the fender well. This way you eliminate or lessen any vibrations or stress on the lines.
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Mine is plumbed the same way. Working fine. Looks great!
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