You'll want either a 15/16" bore or a 1" bore. Personally I like the 1", to me there's too
much pedal travel with a 15/16" bore. The 15/16" will give you a slightly lighter pedal.
You'll want pretty big reservoirs front and rear and no residual check valves in either
front or rear port for a 4 wheel disc car.
For a 1" MC I like the 1985 Lincoln Towncar unit. Aluminum construction, ports on the
engine side. Big reservoirs. Appearance-wise, it looks like it belongs under the Mustang
hood. No check valves.
I've got one on a 66 with 4 piston fronts and Versailles setup in back.
Also got the same MC on a 68. Same 4 piston fronts and 2.5" drum rear. (that one came
from Cobra Automotive though- put a Wilwood residual valve into the rear line)
Here's a shot of the MC on my 68 coupe.....
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Last edited by GT289; 04-09-2010 at 06:19 PM.