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03-12-2010 05:53 AM
BBCMudbogger You can powerbrake a standard tranny without a linelock if you can walk and chew gum at the same time and if she aint got enough power to do that you can always slip the clutch.......LMAO
03-11-2010 02:35 AM
fast5 im interested too.

The question is not WHY, its DOES IT WORK??

In my opinion it makes no sense to put
a line lock into the front, except for manual trans,
needing one foot for the clutch.
04-07-2005 02:46 PM
Bandit1980
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr Miyagi
Good advice Bandit! I've never looked at line lock installations that way. Your setup has three options : keep your left foot on the brake pedal (like a brake stand except you don't waste your rear brakes), ease off and do a kick *** rollin burnouts, or keep the line lock deactivated and apply brakes to all four wheels while you're stallin up. Your installation method doesn't negate the purpose of the line lock, it actually makes it more versatile. If I wanna do a burnout in the box I'll have to step on the brakes for the duration, small price, I'd say for the added coolness of slow rollin burnouts. Thanks for the great tip.
Yes that what I talking about. just don't realy know how to tell it. (I don't talk very good english) but anyway That's it: slow rolling burnout just kick ***. . Yeah young but why not . Just want to know if it could be have a problem or something? Cause nobody seem try this option
03-22-2005 04:51 PM
Siggy_Freud lol I was kidding about no rear brakes but thanks for the advice.
03-22-2005 01:15 AM
Old School Nut
Quote:
Originally Posted by bracketeer
Don't get caught in the snow. The rear wheels will push your front wheels along like skis. You'll have to pop it in neutral to get stopped.

lol been their done that! I did that when I was in high school! was quite a ride..
03-22-2005 12:26 AM
bracketeer
no rear brakes

Don't get caught in the snow. The rear wheels will push your front wheels along like skis. You'll have to pop it in neutral to get stopped.
03-21-2005 03:49 PM
Siggy_Freud I didn't want to hassle with a linelock so I just removed my rear brakes alltogether .
03-21-2005 11:30 AM
bracketeer
kids

Ah, to be 21 again.
03-21-2005 10:49 AM
302 Z28 Kids

Vince
03-20-2005 09:18 PM
Mr Miyagi
great idea

Good advice Bandit! I've never looked at line lock installations that way. Your setup has three options : keep your left foot on the brake pedal (like a brake stand except you don't waste your rear brakes), ease off and do a kick *** rollin burnouts, or keep the line lock deactivated and apply brakes to all four wheels while you're stallin up. Your installation method doesn't negate the purpose of the line lock, it actually makes it more versatile. If I wanna do a burnout in the box I'll have to step on the brakes for the duration, small price, I'd say for the added coolness of slow rollin burnouts. Thanks for the great tip.
03-18-2005 01:22 AM
bracketeer
yes

You can do that. I don't understand why you would want to. Get some horsepower! Then you can do a burn out at 50 mph.
03-18-2005 12:44 AM
Bandit1980
Quote:
Originally Posted by bracketeer
Line Lock is designed to be used on a race car in the burn out box. You don't want to creep forward. So you put it on the front.
I don't care about drag-racing. I want to burn the tire on street and slowly go forward by keeping a little pressure on the front brake. Is it possible to do that by closing the valve and neutralizing the rear brake. After that riding with a foot on the brake pedal and the other on the right pedal
03-18-2005 12:23 AM
bracketeer
line lock

Line Lock is designed to be used on a race car in the burn out box. You don't want to creep forward. So you put it on the front.
03-18-2005 12:17 AM
Bandit1980
Line lock on rear wheel

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr Ed
''Just thought i'd mention that we often put the line lock on the brake line from the mastercylinder heading to the rear brakes thus when you push the button in (and hold it in) whilst not depressing the brake pedal; the solenoid closes off the pipe to the rear brakes, so when you do depress the brake pedal no fluid goes to the rear brakes and thus you can accelerate and smoke the tyres, this is good for showing off and also for racing when you want to heat the rear tyres (burnout) but not wear out the rear brakes, it also means that you can drive forward slowly using your footbrake whilst smoking the tyres.''

Bandit1980: I'm happy one people talk about it. Why don't put line lock on the rear brake I think it's the better way to have the best control. Expecialy for slowly go forward and still burns the tire Just don't know:

-Why nobody talk about locking the rear line when talking about line lock.

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