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429 powerbooster
#1
any one know if my master cylinder will be in the way of my 429 going in. had no issues with the cleveland didnt reserch everything before i switched setups. i put a 72 powerbooster when i put the fronts to disc.running tall trickflow valve covers and i seen a couple of mags they have to notch the cover
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#2
No issue here at all. There is plenty of room! Besides, there's nothingbut room on our big bodies!!!
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#3
X2 NOTHING BUT ROOM ON MINE TOO.
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#4
+3, my 429 fit nice but it doesn't have the tall valve covers. Seems to have loads of room though.

Steve



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#5
In my 73 coupe a 429 fits about as well as the 351c did...
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#6
thanks guys one less thing to worry over. this site is a lifesaver have a good one hope to be able to help someone down the road
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#7
I have clearance issues (master cylinder width). I have a 460 w/ Jon Kaase P-51 aluminum heads and Ford Racing valve covers and the master cylinder sits about 1/8" beside the valve cover. Does anyone have any ideas on a new skinny MC that would work? It's a 72 Mach 1 w/ power booster, front discs and rear drums. The Wilwood 260-7563 would be perfect but it has a vertical mount and I need a horizontal mount.
Thanks
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McShelby;43978 Wrote:I have clearance issues (master cylinder width). I have a 460 w/ Jon Kaase P-51 aluminum heads and Ford Racing valve covers and the master cylinder sits about 1/8" beside the valve cover. Does anyone have any ideas on a new skinny MC that would work? It's a 72 Mach 1 w/ power booster, front discs and rear drums. The Wilwood 260-7563 would be perfect but it has a vertical mount and I need a horizontal mount.
Thanks

My experience with wilwood has been a nightmare so farAngry Still cant get bled fully.
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Tnfastbk;43981 Wrote:
McShelby;43978 Wrote:I have clearance issues (master cylinder width). I have a 460 w/ Jon Kaase P-51 aluminum heads and Ford Racing valve covers and the master cylinder sits about 1/8" beside the valve cover. Does anyone have any ideas on a new skinny MC that would work? It's a 72 Mach 1 w/ power booster, front discs and rear drums. The Wilwood 260-7563 would be perfect but it has a vertical mount and I need a horizontal mount.
Thanks

My experience with wilwood has been a nightmare so farAngry Still cant get bled fully.

The calipers are not reversed left to right are they? Chuck
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c9zx;43987 Wrote:
Tnfastbk;43981 Wrote:
McShelby;43978 Wrote:I have clearance issues (master cylinder width). I have a 460 w/ Jon Kaase P-51 aluminum heads and Ford Racing valve covers and the master cylinder sits about 1/8" beside the valve cover. Does anyone have any ideas on a new skinny MC that would work? It's a 72 Mach 1 w/ power booster, front discs and rear drums. The Wilwood 260-7563 would be perfect but it has a vertical mount and I need a horizontal mount.
Thanks

My experience with wilwood has been a nightmare so farAngry Still cant get bled fully.

The calipers are not reversed left to right are they? Chuck

No, but its all aftermarket stuff on the rear and Ford on the front.
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