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Old 04-17-2009, 09:12 PM   #5 (permalink)
3Sfever
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Default Re: Vacuum Reduction - Clutch Boost - No extra "T"

I was hoping to get some more pictures and a better description, but have been swamped the past few days.

Before I started there were two hardlines attached to the firewall. One was connected to the Intake (near the throttlebody) and ran to the brake master cylinder. That hard-line was removed completely, and intake port plugged. The short hose on Brake booster is retained, and connected to newly bent tube.

The lower hard-line on the firewall was connected to a hose near the battery area and ran to the clutch booster. . . . I cut that line, and bent the end toward the brake booster hose. That line has a "T" in it, (behind the brake booster) That "T" is connected to the checkvalve hose going to the intake on driver side.

The photo in opening post is editted to show where it was bent.

I will make a diagram later this weekend . . . pictures are always better than words.
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