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Darn, I'm sorry for playing a part in the runaround...I really thought it would be the rear port like the OEM setups I am familiar with. What size are the ports threadwise? Are they an ISO bubble flare or an SAE double flare. I might try one out on my car in lieu of an adjustable proportioning valve. I'm glad you got everything worked out. So what was causing your brakes to drag?
 

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Well the brake drag is doofus fodder so I will avoid that one. The MC does come with fittings so you can double flare your line and have the correct fittings to hook right up. It's been a battle, but I'm so close...

Finally took the time to actually call the company (I guess that's what they did in olden days /forums/images/icons/wink.gif)

I should have a good report this weekend.

Oh gawd... your ISO vs SAE flare has me worried though. Did not consider this... crap crap CRAP. Fingers crosed.

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