If you purchased or are purchasing our Brake Booster Eliminator and we don’t make a Brake Line Relocation / Adaption for your chassis, routing the brake lines can be difficult and overwhelming. THIS is the solution. THIS PRODUCT IS INCLUDED IN ALL OF OUR inBay BBE Brake Line Relocations, in addition to the perfect fit lines and adapter for the respective chassis. This product was designed for the chassis we don't make a Brake Line Relocation for to assist in simplifying the universal installation.
This kit includes the Chase Bays Brake Bias Valve, our compact designed mounting bracket for the Bias Valve with attachment hardware, a perfectly bent stainless hardline, paired (2) Tee fittings together to make connecting the master cylinder to front calipers much easier, and the rear outlet fitting for connecting to the OE rear hard line or running new lines to the back. This works with all versions of our Brake Booster Eliminator.
Let’s talk about hose routing. One hose to the front driver side caliper, one hose to the passenger side caliper, and one hose to the rear hard line(s). The front hoses will just need a metric to AN fitting to adapt the fenderwell hose to our AN hose. A link to these is below.
For the rear adaptation, there are some variables. Some chassis have 1 hard line from front to rear, and it tee’s off to 2 in the rear of the chassis. Other chassis have 2 hard lines from front to rear, each one going directly to their caliper destination. We’ve got a few clever ways to adapt the different types. Sometimes its easy and sometimes it’s a little more challenging. If you’ve got it figured it, cool! If not, we want to help you through this process. The next step is find or take a good photograph of where the rear lines adapt to the front. Its usually got some sort of male tube nut that attaches to splitter or tee, or directly to the ABS. Common locations are lower on the firewall near the frame rails and it varies from driver or passenger side. Our email is Sales@ChaseBays.com and remember, clear photos…not tiny blurry pixelated ones.
Bias Valve Adjustment
There isn't a specific setting for all cars, each setup varies. The adjusting knob rotated all the way out will provide a maximum pressure reduction of 57%, this would make the F to R Bias Front: 71.5 % and Rear 28.5%. Rotating the knob in will incrementally increase line pressure, up to full pressure which is Front 50% and Rear 50%. If the range of adjustment in the valve is not sufficient to properly balance the vehicle’s bias, changes to other components within the system may be necessary.
LINKS TO RELATED PRODUCTS
Custom Length -3AN Hoses (set your length, fitting angles, and clocking)
Metric to AN Adapters Euro Chassis (Convex)
Metric to AN Adapters Japanese Chassis (Concave)