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post #1 of 5 Old 01-17-2010, 09:43 PM Thread Starter
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SpeedoHealer Installation

Just thought I'd share with you guys where I have my speedo healer mounted. I didn't like the idea of mounting it in the tail since there isn't much room to begin with. I think this is a tidy install, and it has worked well for a long time:
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post #2 of 5 Old 01-20-2010, 07:52 AM
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Thanks for the tip. I tucked mine away under the front seat.

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That's a good idea, thanks for sharing. I've been meaning to buy a Speedo Healer.

On another note... what kind of tubing are you using for your rear master cylinder? Is it just a generic auto parts bought clear tube or something special? That is something else I've been wanting to do but I've heard of a few too many times where the brake fluid ate through the tube. I'd really like to clean up the rear master mess.

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On another note... what kind of tubing are you using for your rear master cylinder? Is it just a generic auto parts bought clear tube or something special? That is something else I've been wanting to do but I've heard of a few too many times where the brake fluid ate through the tube. I'd really like to clean up the rear master mess.

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It's clear vinyl tubing. A lot of guys on here recommend using "tygon" tubing because it won't "sweat." But it's not that easy to get, and it's expensive.

Plus, so far, I haven't seen any need for it. I've had this setup for about a year now with no issues at all.

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