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A line lock is the way to go, too many burnouts really mess up pads and can seriously damage rotors too. i just helped a friend change his rear pad and rotors because of burn outs.
 

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Got any pictures of it on your car?
Here's a couple of pictures of the solenoid installed but it's hard to see for all the other stuff in that area.



From another angle...



This where i installed the line lock control in my front cup holder. The kit comes with a basic toggle switch but I decided to go with a momentary push button switch (the red one) instead. Besides using it for burnouts I also use it to hold the car on the line while I run the RPMs up for launching, sort of like with a trans brake but not quite as effecient.

 

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You could always install the panel and make room for the nitrous switches, or install the switches in advance and hook them up when you install the N2O.

I also installed a rocker switch in my panel to activate the hi speed fan with the ignition off for cooling at the track or between Dyno pulls.
 
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