Well I read these comments below on the Hurst system. Although most everything states not to replace emergency brake. I understand they are probably covering their a**. I just want to know real world what would work for my setup? I was looking at trying to use a 1000 emergency brake, but looks like they changed too much in setup between my 2006 and the 1000's. Didn't look to be cost effective, and looked to be some welding/modification required. So I was wondering if the line lock would work. Was primarily planning on doing the manual one. But looking for info from the experienced.
The Hurst Roll Control is designed primarily for high performance race cars to momentarily
(maximum of 60 seconds) keep the front brakes engaged while staging for a drag race. It will not safely function as
a long term brake holding device. It should never be used as a temporary brake holding device in place of a parking
brake or of a driver depressing the brake pedal. The Hurst Roll Control is recommended for use during closed track
events and competitive driving venues ONLY!
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