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  1. 1998 E36 318ti - bin the abs 
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    Hiya and cheers for any help on this subject?? iv got an 318ti compact which is my daily but im going to start local drift days on weekend so fitting a hydraulic handbrake!! but iv been advised by a friend to pull fuse on abs and put t piece on the two rear lines to run a single line throught the handbrake?? But id like to just take off the abs completly if its not being used?? but on the master cylinder there is two outlets but pipe nearest bulkhead is normal brake pipe with a V stamp on cylinder! the front outlet is larger diameter pipe with H stamp on cylinder?? anyone know what these stand for??
    or can i just run one line split for fronts? and other single line for rear? any help be great as i cant find anything on net about it? cheers bob
     
     

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    sounds like aload of work you dont need to do mate, i'd just pull the fuse...
     
     

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    pulling the fuse sounds easy but if i can just run the two mastercylinder outlets it be even easier and give me bit more room under bonnet for hopefully bigger engine project in future and less electrics under the bonnet=less weight!! although its my daily its not completly practical with coilovers+welded diff!!!! Brilliant fun tho
     
     

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    i see where your coming from mate, if you're going for a bigger engine i'd leave the abs untill then and get rid of it completely/replace the master with a none abs unit?
    for now though id run my own pipework and get it working for the drift days!
    i have no idea about this by the way, just an idea lol.
    J
     
     

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    Lol i love it
     
     

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