Yes, that's first on my list.
I thank you for your constructive criticism. I'll work on it but I'm not sure where I did the quoting perhaps you can point it out to me.
How much pressure did you have to apply to seat the MC onto the booster? I read something about 5Lb is required.
Thats an interesting thought but what are the odds of it happening on both lines at the same time, still its worth looking at.
Yes it was supposed to be a week end project out with the old and in with the new have a hose or two made up and be on my way.
Both wheels drag. I let it sit for a day and the pressure went down. I'm tinking about putting a higher tension spring in the MC to push it back. I...
Push rod on Hydraboost is non-adjustable.
I have just finished a Hydraboost swap on my '92 5.0 LX using a '96 GT system and I have a small dilemma. Everything went great with fitment and the...