How to Install a Hydro Ebrake (Hydraulic Homemade Penetrating Fluid, How to Make 2 days ago   25:06

ChrisFix
Hydro E brake installation. Learn how to install a Hydro ebrake in your drift car. I show how to build a completely bolt in hydro mount that doesn’t require cutting the interior. I also show how to run brake lines and bleed the brakes so there is no air in the lines. Then we go out for a ride and test it out to see if it locks up the rear wheels!

Tools and Products I used:
Hydraulic Ebrake: https://goo.gl/d5mPQb
Stainless Steel Brake Hose: http://amzn.to/2oVbkzq
Brake T-adapter: http://amzn.to/2o91KvK
-3AN to Caliper fitting: http://amzn.to/2o91Mnm
Vacuum Fluid Extractor: http://amzn.to/2pJ26GI
Cobalt Drill Bits: http://amzn.to/2o8WEzJ
Metal Cutting Saw: http://amzn.to/2oVg2gy
Rubber Hose Clamps: http://amzn.to/2o9aOAL
Metal Center Punch: http://amzn.to/2oGWknn

Dual Caliper video: https://up-tube.com/upvideo/twdrSRlnHkp
Make your own brake bleeder: https://up-tube.com/upvideo/1jjd1Iyx4Jt

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ChrisFix
Spoiler Alert! Since I have gotten a ton of questions on why I didnt run the brake line under the carpet, well... That is because I will be gutting the interior for the weld in roll cage, then painting the interior so it looks amazing!
Im Evolent
hi
Alfonzo Daniels
I watch all these how to videos even tho i dont have nor can afford anything in these videos lmao
Enes Barut
wait did he just ruin a perfectly fine camera?
tihzho
Drifting.... Too much internet, because of when I think of drifting I think of guys wearing Arabs in white sheets...that's the branding.
Tyler Jones
How many of those hoses do I need to buy???
Jorgis99
Installation is the opposite of taking it apart...
-ChrisFix ,2017
Giannis Todorov
Is it possible to have both the Hydro and the normal handbrake on a singe caliper? o.O
Brock Cox
I feel like if you lived in Australia you would have done this to a Holden Commodore
snixn
Do you need a manual tramision for this I have an e brake but an auto (yes I'm gonna drift an automatic car)
Cameron Bell
@ChrisFix will this work on a FWD car? I would have alot of fun doing this to my car I think!
Gavin G
I love his little sound effects 😂
Dolores Gonzales
I'm install a hydro in my rx 7
Glock Los
Would this method work on a gs300 ? If I get Dual Caliper Hydro E-Brake Kit ?
Adil Mchichou
Just like so
PewDiePie R
Is it just me or does Chris fix make everything look so easy😂
ShadyKnight356
So I have decided today that I am putting a hydro into my 1974 Ford Maverick, Its 2 wheel drive by the way, and its going to be alot of fun. im watching this to help me along with installing the dual brake calipers to make it easier. Thank you Chrisfix!!!
Aron Sund
👍👍👍
Whayo AjRed YT
Why did u re-install the backseats even though it saves weight when it's out?
Reakted
Is a dual caliper necessary? Can you mount the hydro brake cable to your single rear caliper?
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Homemade Penetrating Fluid, How to Make How to Install a Hydro Ebrake (Hydraulic 2 days ago   07:23

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