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Installed my Galfer lines and put the line that crosses over to the left side the wrong way. I like the way the lines run up together;cleaner. Does this matter or can I leave it? I want to get the most out of theme, so if I need to, I will switch it.
 

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I had the same issue when I installed my brakelines. While speaking to the Galfer rep, he informed me that configuring the lines like the stock ones were(piggy back) was the wrong set-up. There should be line per caliper.
 

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i had the same issue when i installed my brakelines. While speaking to the galfer rep, he informed me that configuring the lines like the stock ones were(piggy back) was the wrong set-up. There should be line per caliper.
 

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I had the same issue when I installed my brakelines. While speaking to the Galfer rep, he informed me that configuring the lines like the stock ones were(piggy back) was the wrong set-up. There should be line per caliper.
:+2: Depending how aggressive you are on the brakes, street or track. Track you def want one line per caliper meaning a double banjo up top. The cross-over line in the stock setup kind of creates a slight lag and uneven pressure.
 

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The cross-over line is a bugger to bleed ... it will always want to have an air bubble at the top of the loop.
 

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I have a set of Gaflers im getting ready to install and want to make sure I don't do this but I don't understand the difference.... Don't you just set them up the same as the stock ones?
 
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