I think it is going to work really well too, perhaps not quite as high and tight as my original setup, but I am hoping near enough as to make no difference, and it is definitely a LOT easier to do. Regardless, it will definitely be a big improvement, of that I have no doubt. We will know soon, USPS sent my order back because they claim the address wasn't exactly right. The entire address was correct, but the town name was listed twice, that apparently confused someone at the post office.I was thinking that they'd work better between the hard and soft lines at the front when you posted originally. Easier too.
I'd be wary of actually worsening the braking distances though by changing my front/rear brake bias with this mod if not careful though so just be sure to be careful here, even small changes in F/R brake bias can have big impacts on max braking distances.
Yes! The M10 x1.0 bubble to 1/8 NPT fitting was to short on the M10 side, it's always something). However, I contacted the supplier and they found another option (but it involved using two fitting instead of one, oh well), and that actually got here today and looks like it will just fit. So I am getting ready to install it later today and should have some updates by later today or tomorrow.Did UPS make it to your house......?
What do you mean, that is exactly what I did. Do you mean why the need for the bracket? Well the stock clip attaches to the soft line and I was not comfortable bending the hard line that much. You can bend them to a degree, but go to far and the line kinks, then your screwed. So you need some way to fixate the soft line/hard line connection point and this just seemed like a simple easy way to do it.Why can't you just install between the hard and soft lines?