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line from MC to P valve

Need a new one. Whats the advantage of it being coiled?
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post #2 of 6 Old 04-04-2013, 08:38 PM
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I was always told that the coils from the master cyl to the combination valve was put there to relieve any stress from movement and vibrations that would crack the lines....but thats just hearsay

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I was always told that the coils from the master cyl to the combination valve was put there to relieve any stress from movement and vibrations that would crack the lines....but thats just hearsay


though it doesn't HAVE to be a nice neat corkscrew... just a loop or even an S-bend will serve the purpose

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The coil also increases surface area which decreases heat in the fluid. Consider braking performance, but I just redid mine sans coil.
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Yep. I have heard both things. Slack to keep the lines from going taut and the coil to increase surface area to dissipate heat so your brake fluid doesn't boil.

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Thanks!. Glad I found this in the garage last night then on the trails

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