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Thread: Vacuum Canister - Needed for vacuum brake swap?

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrFishbone View Post
    Here's a picture...
    So because the picture I took isn't the greatest, I actually found this from one of KMT's (thanks) threads a few years ago. http://www.sccoa.com/forums/showthre...ntrol-solenoid If you go to post #7, my lines look identical to this. To me, it looks like you went into the 3/8" line, arrows in the pic, that goes to the bypass valve. I'd be able to route to this tap on my 92, but not my 91.

    Sorry if this is frustrating to explain, but I really do appreciate all the input. This hands on work is new to me, and this car sure is doing it's job as a teacher. Plus I can't stand going into something without any understanding of what I'm doing...look out if I start and can't finish for an unknown reason
    1992 SC - 5 Speed, Black, Stock
    1991 SC - Auto, Black, Currently Stock

  2. #17
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    Umm .. the vacuum tree (miscalled a "T" by me earlier) that I was talking about, was the one that Dr.Fishbone had in his picture.

    The pictures from 92SCtk are the OTHER side of the motor ...

    RwP

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    No I know which one you're talking about on the driver's side. With my pictures, I'm trying to point out that the earlier cars didn't have the ports on the front to route the bypass to so that 3/8" tap on the driver's side T is not capped on my 91, it's actually where the bypass vacuum is routed. It is capped on my 92 so eventually when that one gets swapped over to vacuum brakes, I'll be able to go right there. Sorry for the confusion.
    1992 SC - 5 Speed, Black, Stock
    1991 SC - Auto, Black, Currently Stock

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