As I see it the current setup should work, both calipers have a short line to connect inner and outer halves. However this doesn't make use of the clever safety setup as intended, a circuit split were if one circuit fails you should still have both front calipers working.
Use all 3 outputs on the master, I think you may have a 33 master fitted but this doesn't matter. The 2 holes at the back, use one for the rear line, use the other to go to a front caliper. Use the front hole for the other front caliper. Through the flex-line the pressure goes to the outer halve of the caliper. Then use the outlet on the outer halve to go to the inlet on the inner halve of the other caliper (line through the hole in the gearbox casing). And vice versa. Because of the adjustable and locked in position pistons in our front brakes, if one circuit fails, still one halve of each front caliper is operated and pushes the disc to the fixed not working other halve. Hope I made it clear :-)
Edit: found a pic in my archives to clarify :-) :-)
'08 GT 3.2, Sud '82 QO, '76 Ti, '75 L, Montecarlo, 308.
Last edited by bert308; 18-08-16 at 22:54.