GKTECH ABS Braided Delete Kit



The GKTECH ABS Delete line kits are assembled using quality UK made fittings and braided stainless steel, teflon lined lines. The normal route is to find a car without ABS and swap the master cylinder and all lines in the engine bay however these days it's pretty hard as most R33 and R34 Skylines and S14 and S15 200sx's came standard with ABS. Our kit is super easy to install, simply remove the standard lines and plug them in. Total install time should be around 30 minutes.

- Assembled using quality UK made fittings and stainless steel teflon lined lines
- Direct replacement of the standard hard lines
- Cleans up the look of the engine bay
- For race cars only however no permanent modifications are required.

[b]NOTE: T-piece fitting will differ from photos shown here, the photo here is of our original prototype[/b]

Vehicle Compatibility:

- Nissan 180sx
- Nissan S13 Silvia
- Nissan S14 200SX
- Nissan S15 200SX
- Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-T
- Nissan Skyline R32 GTR
- Nissan Skyline R33 GTS-T
- Nissan Skyline R33 GTR
- Nissan Skyline R34 GTT
- Nissan Skyline R34 GTR
- Nissan C33
- Nissan C34
- Nissan C35
- Nissan A31 Cefiro

Is there anything else that I need to do to remove my ABS?
The removal of your ABS with this kit is very simple. Simply remove your standard hard lines, remove your ABS module (unplugs) and then put these lines in their place (can run along the K frame or along the firewall). Install time should take less than 30 minutes.

Are there any negatives to removing the ABS lines/module?
Removing ABS for a track driven car is a must and is strongly suggested. ABS modules are known to kick in under hard braking or in the wet unexpectidely. 

Will my ABS light show an error?
Yep, it sure will. Simply remove the bulb from the dash cluster and you'll be none the wiser, problem solved. 

Is it illegal to remove the ABS module on a street driven car?
We're not 100% sure but as with most mods, it probably is. If it is illegal then we suggest for race track use only and ABS can be of use sometimes (in traffic, not paying attention, slam on the brakes, avoid a lockup)


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