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05-29-2009 05:29 AM
barnym17 manual brake master from any fox body fron 79 up should work fine.Use the manual brake position on the brake pedal for the rod.
05-29-2009 01:54 AM
hotrod389 with a big cam, they dont create the vacuum needed for power brakes.

i wouldnt want to delete the booster, i would run a vacuum pump soly for the booster.

if you really want the booster gone, grab a wilwood master.
05-28-2009 05:38 PM

how would the cam affect a vacuum hose on the intake?
05-21-2009 12:07 AM
mustang master cylinder

i have an 89 mustang that im using for a drag car and the cam im using doesnt allow me to run power brakes what standard master cylinder would be best to use the rest of my brake setup is stock thank you

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