The Chase Bays Brake Line Relocation is for the enthusiast who wants to eliminate engine bay clutter, eliminate delete ABS, and/or compensate for a different master cylinder setup (IE: Brake Booster Eliminator). The OEM brake hard lines are replaced and relocated with -3AN stainless steel, Teflon PTFE lined, black PVC coated lines. This kit does not include the Brake Booster Delete itself, that is available here.
There are 4 terms you should familiarize yourself with when deciding which Brake Line Relocation is right for you.
OEMC - OEM Master Cylinder
BBE - Brake Booster Eliminator
inBay - All brake lines and the adjustable proportioning valve are installed in engine bay. They are routed more stealthily than OEM for improved aesthetics. Driver to passenger side line(s) route under the engine along the subframe or sway bar. The inBay kit is easier to install than the inInterior kit, but is less stealthy and offers less engine bay space savings than the inInterior.
inInterior – The majority of the brake lines along with the adjustable proportioning valve are relocated to the interior behind the firewall. The lines pass through the firewall using AN bulkheads. Depending on the chassis and MC used, only 1 or 2 lines are visible in the engine bay, resulting in a stealthy and aesthetically pleasing appearance. Installation requires minimal drilling into the firewall along with the fenderwell. On most chassis, dash removal is recommended to simplify interior-side drilling and line routing.
The Brake Line Relocation replaces all of the engine bay hard lines up to the lines in the fenderwell. It does not include the fenderwell to caliper lines. Those are available separately here. The front to rear line is adapted the same way no matter what master cylinder type is used. For BBE and OEMC, the factory ABS system is eliminated and there are 2 hard lines that run to the rear of the chassis. To adapt the rear lines to AN, we supply "tube nut" and "tube sleeve" adapters. The factory hard lines are cut, reamed, then the tube nut then tube sleeve are slid onto the hard lines. The hard lines are then flared to 37º using a PROPER 37º FLARE TOOL (< link). Then we use our clever included "F Fitting" to thread into the 2 tube nut and sleeve adapters to make 2 lines into 1, which will then run to the proportioning valve OUT side.
HOW DO I ATTACH THE CLEVIS HEIM SPHERICAL JOINT ON E36 and WHAT PRESSES THE BRAKE SWITCH?
The clevis is the spherical bearing attached to the push rod. And the attachment nut is what presses the brake switch now. It can take a little configuring but it actually worked out perfectly. Our shop car is amidst wiring mayhem on relocating the fusebox so the pictures are not the best but very descriptive, check the photo roll for those above.