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Help 930 brake confusion

Does anybody know for sure, wich brake circuit is for front/ rear? In the service manual the push rod circuit is for rear calipers, in the parts catalogue the lines of the push rod guide to the front calipers

Which one is now the right one? IMHO it's the push rod circuit for rear in cause of the smaller stroke (14mm)

I checked some threads/ pics about, and there you'll find both versions

So who knows the correct lining?
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Question

Still no help

Maybe a pic of a MC and wich line goes where...
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I'm confused as to what you mean by "push rod".
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Push rod means rod who pushes piston, in this case pushed by pedal through booster.

Second circuit is floating one, forced by fluid/ pressure of first circuit

BTW its called push rod in the service manual
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