im currently gathering all the parts i need to do the sn95 brake swap on my 84 gt350. i currently have the spindles up front with pbr calipers and new ball joints. i just picked up an 8.8 rear end out of a 94 with everything. what i cant seem to find out is what all i need to run the fluid to the brakes do i need this master cylinder and the proportioning valve M2328C or anything else? any insight would help thanks.
Asked by Blaine G. from Dixon | Comment 0 0
This list should get you all the parts you need as far as your lines go assuming you are using the factory style rubber lines that were attached the the SN-95 Swap parts you already purchased.
This SVO master cylinder will work for the set up you are talking about. You might have to tweak your OEM hard lines to get them to line up with the new master cylinder but they should be fairly close. Next you would take the OEM cap off the factory proportining valve and pull the spring in plunger out in order to make it just a distribution block. Replace the OEM cap with this plug. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/M2450A/Mustang-Brake-Proportioning-Valve-Plug next you will put an aftermarket proportioning valve in line with the rear brakes. The easiest place to do is is where the brake lines run across the firewall. there is a "coupler" that joins the 2 lines together. Put this proportining valve in line at that junction http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/M2328C/Mustang-Ford-Racing-Adjustable-Brake-Proportioning-Valve next you will need an adapter fitting for the passenger side front brake hose. This will allow for the sn-95 flex line to bolt up to the OEM Fox hard line. all the rest of the fittings are fine, just need this one on the passenger front http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/LRS-2078HDW/79-93-Mustang-Brake-Line-Adapter-Fitting last but not least, this rear brake hose is needed when swapping in an 8.8 rear in place of a 7.5. this will also help clear up space for dual exhaust on the 79-85 cars as well. http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/LRS-2282B/86-95-Mustang-88-Rear-End-Center-Upper-Rear-Brake-Hose That should be all you need to get you up and running
Answered by Scott G. from hewitt | Comment 0 0
I currently am installing 2004 Cobra front brakes and 95 gt rear brakes on my 1985 Mustang, was wondering if the SVO master cylinder will work for me since that is what I have been told. Just wanted a professional opinion before I spend the money and get the wrong part.
Asked by Nicholas G. from Post Falls | Comment 0 0
Working on a 79 project that I acquired mid build. So, I have been learning as I go. The 5 lug 4 wheel disc is done. I have P valve gutted and plugged, front brake line kit and the LRS-2005A type booster. The booster application says it will work with all fox years 79-93. My question is the master cylinder? The 84-86 SVO master cylinder applications are only for 84, 5&6. The booster push rod is not adjustable. Will this master cylinder LRS-2140E work on my booster? Or will the OEM power brake master cylinder I have for the booster with the line adjuster be enough? I really don't want to buy another booster. (Already put on car so I can't return) I believe I need the line adapter for the passenger side also. Last question. Now because the P valve acts only as a distribution block, which port is best used for the rear brake supply? Rear port opposite the plug? Thank You!
Asked by William M. from Hartville | Comment 0 0
I have an 86 lx coupe! I am upgrading the full braking system. I have an svo rear end, sn95 spindles, 03 cobra clipers, rotors, and steel flex line! My question is... do I need any adapters other than the adapter for the passenger side flex line? Maximum motor sports says something about an adapter to hook the svo MC to the stock 86 hard lines?
Asked by william m. from fremont | Comment 0 0
The rear port on the 84-86 master cylinder is 9/16-18 your line from proportioning valve 1/2-20. I picked up a 9/16-18 inverted male to 1/2-20 inverted female adapter from local parts store. You'll have to bend your lines a little but works fine and looks good. Hope this helps.
Answered by William M. from Hartville | Comment 1 0
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