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Converting to non-ABS

I'm really tired of 156's poor working ABS on my trackday toy, and decide to remove it.
Using 25mm BMCylinder and servo from Alfa 166, Brembo front calipers.
I plan to fit 2 t-pipe connectors to front and rear calipers, with willwood brake proportioning valve for rear's......
Question for those who removed ABS - is there any difference which pipe(front or rear) from master cylinder will be used for front or rear brakes?
Any additional tips from experience welcomed.

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Usually of a dual split system one outlet does front left right rear. The other does front right left rear and its balanced that way. Think its this way for safety reasons too
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