Well...I really couldn't find one that was all that great, but honestly, it's REALLY easy to figure out when you've got the lines an prop valve in front of you. If you're looking at the firewall/prop valve, the rears are on the right side, the MC lines loop around to the left side in the front I think it is, and the fronts are also on the left side closest to the firewall (I could be mistaken about the front/back orientation...and it's raining too damn much to go take a look right now.)
Also keep in mind that this is using a pre-'96 (I think) valve. The newer ones have a more circular look to them where as the older ones are a left-right configuration
yea mine is from a 94 rs. but what i am stuck on is that my master cyclinder has the 2 port on the same side and all the diagram i see has it on different side. i just need to figure out where those 2 lines from the master cyclinder goes to on the prop valve. anyone can help would be much appreciated. thansk.
i think your problem is that youre looking at abs diagrams, yours doesn't have abs. the RS lines to the BMC are both on the same side and are the same size, the ABS BMCs have one line on each side and one is a different thread size than the other.
yea some people with gsr and ls delet their abs and they used the same master cyclinder. thats the only pics i could find. i just need to know where the 2 lines for teh master cyclinder goes in teh prop valve.
looking from the front of the car towards the firewall, its the two on the left side of the prop valve closest to you. They're angled out towards the front passenger side while the ones for the front brakes are flush with the firewall.
The 2 lines from the MC are in the foreground just behind the GSR IM. They are all zig-zagged and what not.
Here you can see the 2 from the MC exit on the same side then drop down and go across the firewall.
Here you can see where the 2 lines from the MC come across and go into the front 2 ports of the prop valve.
I used all OEM RS lines and an OEM RS master cylinder. ***IF YOU DO THIS, YOU MUST USE A MATCHING BRAKE BOOSTER!! Meaning that whatever master cylinder you use, (either ABS or non-ABS) you must use the brake booster from the same system- ABS or non-ABS. READ THIS.
nice.... this is what i was looking for but its kind of hard to tell. ok let me clearify this. so from the prop valve top left connects to the port on the master cyclinder that is farthest from the firewall? and the bottom left connects to the port closer to the fire wall?? thanks a lot man.