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I have a 66 Mustang Steve power booster and Master for a disc/drum setup. I converted the rear to 92 Thunderbird rear discs and have a spongy pedal and poor braking performance. Takes the pedal going all the way to the floor to stop.

Anyway I wanted to swap the Master Cylinder for this Vette type one instead of a 2000 V6 MC because I don't want to replumb it.

Anyone have any experience with this MC?

GM Disc Brake Conversion Master Cylinder, 1" Bore Corvette Type

Thanks!
 

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Circa 1992 Ranger master has the ports on the left side.
 

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Why not go to the FYI Ford forum and post your question there? I’m sure they can get your existing system up and working as MS monitors his stuff there
 

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Thanks for the info! Didn't want to use a Windstar, Ranger or V6 because of the metric fittings and I don't like the look of the plastic reservoir. I'll post in the FYI Ford forum.
 
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