reenmachine
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reenmachine

Active Member, 41, from Ventura, CA

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    1. Gus454ss
      Gus454ss
      I don't wanna bother you, but if you still have the electric master cylinder please e-mail me at [email protected] Tks
    2. Rols574
      Rols574
      Hey reen, I have a question for you. I want to get a coyote engine on a 67 but i'd like to stay away from the IRS systems and i cant afford Griggs. Im looking into Gateway Performance suspensions. wondering what your thoughts are on struts on a mustang. Hows the handling? Thanks
    3. frankh
      frankh
      if you still have electric master cyl please call me frank 661-809-7994
    4. majedabasi
      majedabasi
      i was wondering if you still had the electric master cylinder for sale if so please give me a call thanks a million majed 805-801-9951
    5. 78cobra2
      78cobra2
      how much work do you think it would be to extend a steel factory hood to fit a shelby front nose cone?, i know it would be better to buy a fiberglass one but i just bought a NOS hood and an original boss 429 scoop and welded in 17 inch louvers on the sides? any thoughts? thanx
    6. reenmachine
      reenmachine
      That CNC system was supposed to be nice, but I heard that they went out of business. I'm not sure though. However, there's nothing wrong with being "stuck" with manual brakes! I've driven systems that feel and work great. If you have the right pedal ratio and right master cylinder bore size for the brakes you're using I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

      -Pete
    7. wicked93gs
      wicked93gs
      wonder if you could help me out....I have a '66 coupe....and will be doing a mustang II front end(and 4-link rear) and using a DOHC 4.6L engine out of a Mark VIII most likely....possibly a towncar since I can find them easy and cheap and just rebuild to suit...anyway, my question is on the master cylinder...I found this CNC, Inc. - Street Rod Assemblies and thought it would be a good alternative to power brakes, I thought you would know best whether it has any chance of fitting, or whether I am pretty much stuck with manual brakes...the steering will be manual so hydro-boost type systems arent an option
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    Hot Rod Mustangs, SCCA Club Racing

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