Drivetrain Clutch Cable Setups?

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    I have a 94 gt with a stock clutch and I have had the stock adjuster slip on me a time or two and I want to try a new set up before it fails completely. I have read that aftermarket cables are junk so I know I want to keep stock cable and maybe aftermarket quadrant and adjuster? What are you guys running? Any help will be appreciated
     
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    I've run every cable there is, and I've come to the conclusion that the BBK setup is the best. It's a few dollars more than the competitors, but the quality seems to the best. Critically it has the best clearance on the mounting bracket for headers and such. I have a firewall adjuster, but it honestly isn't necessary. It just looks better, and makes clutch adjustments a little easier. Most people recommend the Maximum Motorsports cable, but I ordered one one time, and it wasn't even close to being the correct part.

    Kurt
     
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    Fiore used to rock but I'm not sure if they're around anymore (Atomic was selling them last I knew of).

    You should be able to use any of the major brand quadrants and FWA's (that advertise they function with the OEM non-adjustable cable).

    Note that you might have issues with ones designed for Ford adjustable cables (like the old SVO quadrants) unless you use the adjustable cable they come with.
     
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    the MM cable is the best that i've come across. don't ever get an adjustable cable. quadrant and FWA are just whatever brand you want/like
     
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    From what i have found online and what everyone on the forums are telling me, i think im going to use my stock cable with a aftermarket quadrant and fwa kit.
     
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