So. You blocked the brake ports on ABS and ran lines direct from reserviors?
This is what I did to bypass my ABS, a few hours work for my ABS system a USA 2005 model, UK 2004.
1. Drain the brake fluid from all circuits.
2. Tupa ware and petrol tank off.
3. Remove the steel brake lines coming off the ABS unit to the front flexible brake pipe union.
4. Remove the steel brake pipes for the rear brake off the ABS unit, the joint up by the Rear shock mounting can be tricky.
5. The reverse control unit will need to be removed temporarily to give access, worth marking the cables in some way I used different coloured tie wraps. I did this as any ident labels on my cables were gone.
6 The workshop manual says to remove the ABS holding tray out, in the end not needed to do so, though the ABS pump can be firmly stuck to the tray.Not sure from memory you might need to remove the tray mounting screws, one of which is awkward.
7. disconnect the ABS electrical connector off the pump and brake fluid levels plugs.
8. The next bit can be tricky / fiddly, lift the pump off it's mounting bracket and lift it out, a lot easier as the metal brake lines are out of the way, still a tight fit though.
9. The next bit is down to personal choice on how you do it. The first part is required as you need to retain the electronics unit. Remove the electrics cover, held on by 5 point star security screws. Sockets available off ebay or one can tap a torx bit in and do it that way.
10. Disconnect the leads going from the electronics board to the pump so the pump is isolated.
11. You can do the next bit can be done in a number of ways as you need to stop one of the dash lights coming on (warning triangle). One way is to strip the dash down and cover the led light as on the later LT's they don't use bulbs so you can't easily remove the led. I choose the easier option, I cut pin 9 or 10 (can't remember which one others may remember) coming from the circuit board to the connector but left the link so it could be reconnected at a later date if required and used heat shrink sleeving over the pins to insulate them from each other.
In the UK the by pass kit is two brake pipes one in the shape of an R clip for the front brakes and a length of brake pipe around 12" approx (never did measure it.
12. Fit the R pipe to the union on the head stock so the front flexible lines are now reconnected.
13. This is a fiddly bit as the second length of brake pipe needs to go from the union by the rear shock top mounting which you disconnected earlier to the the rear brake flexible brake pipe and needs to be bent in several places to avoid the rear suspension shock and requires a tight 90 degree bend by the top of the rear shock.
14. the brakes can now be bleed (might need to do it several times to get all the air out. and check for any leaks in the system. Fix any leaks and perform a final bleed. The one by the top of the rear shock was my awkward one for me with a slight leak.
15. The next bit is optional refit the board back onto the pump (leave pump wires disconnected) make sure all brake fluid is out of the pump. To save weight the optional bit is to leave the pump body off and just fit the electronics board, though doing this you will need to find a way to seal the board from the elements, so much easier just to refit it back on the pump.
16. Refit the pump into it's mounting tray and secure it and refit the electrical connector to the pump.
17. Refit the reverse control box and any other bits removed, ensuring all cables are fitted correctly
16 Open up the relay box on the side of the air filter box and remove the Blue ABS relay this stops the flashing nag light from operating.
17. Before reassembling the plastics, test everything works including the electrics.
18. You now have normal braking with NO ABS assistance.
19. Reassemble all the tupa ware / fuel tank and relay cover.
20. Enjoy the ride and the reliability of normal brakes.
What I did to seal the pump holes to stop any residue brake fluid coming out where the brake lines fit into the pump was to use the rubber caps of the brake like, fill them with silicon sealant and place back over the the hole and tie wrapped them in place.