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Old 03-01-2010, 02:23 PM
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I am in the process of tucking some wires and making my engine bay a little bit cleaner. I have all the oem stuff in the back thats mounted on the wall of the car.Most of it are hard lines and wiring .Anyone have links or how to's on what I can remove?
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you can remove everything if you really wanted. with the right parts and money you fire wall could be totaly smooth.

rywire sells booster delets,brake lines, fuel lines. willwood sells peddles to mount master cylnders too, you could get a sk2 master cylnder and hide it a little bit.
search and you will find plenty of info.
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