Brakes quick brake question

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  1. mustangmike6996

    mustangmike6996 Member

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    I have a 69 fastback with 08 GT disk brakes and stock drums. I have a Fox booster and a 2-port SN95 master cyl.

    this is the question: can I run the master cyl line to a T-fitting then to each front wheel and run the other port of the master cyl to the adjustable proportioning valve?

    Or: should i still use the stock combination/distribution block and add the prop valve in the rear line?

    If it is not nec to use the dist/comb block i figured it would have a much cleaner look.
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    rbohm Founding Member

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    with a disc/drum system you want to use the factory proportioning valve to keep the balance in the brake system.

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