Hurst Line Lock.The Hurst Roll Control is used primarily in drag racing and designed to provide positive locking action to the front wheels of your car. This enables you to hold the car rigidly in the burnout box or on the starting line, eliminating the chance of rolling through the lights. Hurst rigorously tested their line lock and proved a 1/100,000 of a second release time. Vibration tests have seen up to 30 G's applied without mechanical failure. An advanced quality design stainless steel valve assembly provides the ultimate corrosion resistance. Solenoid reliability comes from a fully enclosed epoxy molded electrical coil. The attractive finned aluminum housing helps dissipate heat. 150 micron screen filtered ports prevent contamination although the unit is field serviceable for cleaning or rebuilding. An extra threaded port accepts a bleeder or brake line pressure gauge.
- Rebuildable stainless steel solenoid
- Mounting screws
- Trigger switch
- Indicator light
- Inline fuse holder with 4-amp fuse
Looking to make a smokey burnout but worried about damaging your brakes? Hurst's line lock kit holds only the front brakes so you don't destroy your rear rotors or brake pads. A line lock is a must have for any Mustang that sees the drag strip regularly. All of the main pieces are included to mount and wire the line lock, excluding extra wiring. This enables you to choose where to mount your line lock without worrying about wiring being too short. The Hurst line lock is adaptable to almost any vehicle. Simply add a Hurst line lock installation kit to finish off your line lock.
*LLAK and LLIK are recommended to complete installation.
Similar Mustang PartsMore Brake Hardware
Product ReviewsWrite a review
Hurst Line Lock is rated out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by phone dude from burnout specialist lots of fun smoking them tires,order some brake bending tools and an adaptor kit you will need 3/16 to 3/16 male to female dual mast brake adaptor brass fittings  .the adaptor kit i ordered didnt have them and i went to 3 different part stores to find them
Date published: 2015-09-12
You Might Also Like