I would not recommend using this unless you are doing a rear disc conversion. It is also not a direct swap as port sizes and location are different. Use of part number MM-MMBAK3 would be required.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
I'm putting this master cylinder into my 86 Mustang GT. I gutted the stock prop valve and installed the adjustable one on pass. side. I used a line from the MMBAK3 kit to replace the rear cylinder line. My problem is the threads are different between my stock lines and the Cobra unit for the front. Do you sell a replacement line or adapter?
Asked by James C. from Rural Hall | Comment 0 0
The kit you purchased is only good for an 87-93, as the description indicates. Going to rear disc on a 79-86 is actually quite simple. You only need to use an SVO master cylinder, LRS-2140E. No adapters required. It is a direct bolt on for 79-86 cars.
However, if you desire to keep your current 93 master, use MM-MMBAK17 for a problem free adaptation.
Answered by Jonathan M. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
i got a 93 cobra rear with the disk brakes, v8 stock up front and the stock mc= sucky brakes, witch mc do you guys recomend for me,and will it work with if 73mm fronts if i upgrade later? also do i need the the ajustable front e-brake cable to make the e-brakes work properly? thanks Zach
Asked by Zachary C. from East Falmouth | Comment 0 0
Zach, I would recommend the 93 Cobra master, in some cases the booster is necessary also to get the pedal feel some are looking for. The adjustable cable may be necessary as well as the 93 cobra pb cables but you may have to fabricate the mounts at the front of the pb cables to the floor pan.
Answered by Tommy E. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
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