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1998-02 Camaro/Firebird Line Lock Kit

1998-02 Camaro/Firebird Line Lock Kit

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21.00 (in)
12.00 (in)
10.00 (in)
Calculated at Checkout
Price: $209.95

Product Description:

Line Lock Kit, 1998-02 Camaro/Firebird, shipping is not included

A Hawks exclusive, this unit is designed to fit all 1998-2002 V8- and V6-powered GM F-Bodies. Here's how it works: Press the brake pedal and flip the brake-control solenoid switch. Remove your foot from the pedal, and the solenoid maintains line pressure to the front brakes until the switch is released. This makes it easy to heat the rear tires while minimizing wear and tear on your car's rear brake components. You can also use the system to prevent a manual-trans car from rolling out of the staging beams at the starting line.

This kit is custom-fitted to the F-Body chassis and is fully compatible with the factory anti-lock braking and traction-control systems. It includes a waterproof electrical solenoid, an activation switch, plug-in wires, CNC-bent steel lines with correct OE fittings, mounting hardware, and detailed installation instructions.

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  • 5
    Fits like a glove, and works like an ox

    Posted by Nick G on 1st Aug 2020

    Purchased this along with Baer Pro+ 13" front rotors+calipers (that I also purchased from Hawks) , as well as stainless brake lines, and I must say, the line lock installed like it was meant to go there, took a bit of work to fasten it to the body as the fuse block makes it a little tough to drill the holes/auto tap the wheel well. I ended up using a Milwaukee auto wrench and it worked perfectly. Wiring is simple, I routed my switch through the wiring harness that runs behind the fans all the way to the passenger side (as I already have an access hole there) and into my center console.

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