Given the low demand, this actually may be the last time these are offered.Avp23 said:how do you oder that kit? i would like one in the future thats nice
With the 7" wide wheels I initially used, the fronts would start lockingquick said:I wish I knew if I was getting my MkII back... grrr.
Does the kit require a proportioning valve, Jim?
When is the cut-off date?
Once the rear setup is done, I'll be contacting Technafit aboutjr85mk2 said:Jim,
What is the deal on the brake lines? I didn't hear much on that and would need them. I have the Technafits for the stock setup but I presume I they are not going to work with the BBK.
The lines need to be much longer. Besides when it comes to plumbing the fewer joints the better.Can't you use an SAE/Metric adapter fitting between stock lines and the Wilwood calipers
In the front just call up Technafit and get a 12" tip to tip -3 (IIRC) line with 1/8" NPT male and M10x1 male inverted flare fittings. Fits perfect up to the existing inside front Technafit line. Total cost was like $25 for 2, and they even made them right this time :lol: . Back lines should be a 1/8" male NPT to M10x1 female IF, need parts to figure out the lengths.What is the deal on the brake lines? I didn't hear much on that and would need them. I have the Technafits for the stock setup but I presume I they are not going to work with the BBK.
$310 US by money order, $320 by PayPalAndrew said:Jim,
Are all the kits being built now spoken for? Is the $300 for the fronts or fronts & rears? Thanks..
Yes. End total for fronts with calipers, pads, rotors and lines is still lessAvp23 said:so is that 310 for the front and 340 for the rear.......
jdk_ii said:JK,Andrew said:Jim,
$310 US by money order, $320 by PayPal
$340US by money order, $351 by PayPal.
I can only fit in front orders as the rears drums might
start machining next week...
I know I missed out on the rears due to a lack of funds....Way too many folks owe me way too much money...
If anyone does end up backing out. Let me know. Would be nice to have the rears to match the fronts...Now I can afford them, hmmm sounds like the old day late dollar short thing.