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Just installed my barton shifter, and now I'm getting ready to install my hurst line loc, is this system consistent and without any solenoid problems?
 

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Pardon my ignorance but what exactly does a line lock do. I have a idea but just want to make sure its the right idea. Also who did the stitching on ur boot?
 

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Pardon my ignorance but what exactly does a line lock do. I have a idea but just want to make sure its the right idea.
A line lock locks up your front brakes but not the rear so you can do burnouts. New Mustangs have this from the factory and the tire manufacturers are lovin' it. :browsmiley:
 

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Seems to be, know quite a few that run it instead of SLPs just for the cooling fins, but both seem consistant and rebuildable. I would suggest addition of a toggle on the Yaw wire from ESP unit while you are in there, use it with line lock to fully OFF since 80% is all the button will turn off, will be doing both here after I get the LTs on.
 
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Seems to be, know quite a few that run it instead of SLPs just for the cooling fins, but both seem consistant and rebuildable. I would suggest addition of a toggle on the Yaw wire from ESP unit while you are in there, use it with line lock to fully OFF since 80% is all the button will turn off, will be doing both here after I get the LTs on.

Will do, great tech advice thanks


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