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Power disc brakes from Nove with tilted master cyl ??

I have a 49 chevy that I clipped from a rear stear Nova in 1989. when I clipped this i swaped to power disc brakes with swinging peadles from the nova, every thing worked out just fine. I just took it out of storage and the P/B booster is bad,so it needs to be replaced. The questain is I would like to instal a P/B booster that mounts level with engine, instead of at a angle like the Nova is , this booster is about 11 inches in diameter ,with swinging peadles from the Nova,if I instal booster that is horzontal mounted will I need to change the fulcrum point on the brake peadle ? and what parts do I need. Thanks in advance Larry ( an OLD HOT RODER from the 60sties)

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