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Old 07-30-2003, 04:44 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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scout 80/800 brake upgrade options?

looked through the archives, couldn't find much. I want to upgrade the master cylinder and add a booster if possible. I heard that an 80s Mustang Master Cylinder will bolt up. Anyone know what years and have any other suggestions?
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Yep, they do.
But I believe it's a late 70s Mustang II MC..

This one was given to me...

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Old 07-31-2003, 09:03 AM   #3 (permalink)
 
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[B]Yep, they do.
But I believe it's a late 70s Mustang II MC..
Mike, what year scout did you install it in? Yours was a scout II wasn't it? Also, it looks like you still chose to use that valve that splits between the front and rear, why not use both connections on the MC? I thought that was the main reason for the upgrade since everyone is down on that valve. How do you like the new MC though, improved braking? thanks for the pic.
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Mike, what year scout did you install it in? Yours was a scout II wasn't it? Also, it looks like you still chose to use that valve that splits between the front and rear, why not use both connections on the MC? I thought that was the main reason for the upgrade since everyone is down on that valve. How do you like the new MC though, improved braking? thanks for the pic.
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It's a Scout 80, & I took the picture before I hooked up the second line.
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fyi: in case any one was wondering that didnt know any better...
in that picture, the rear line go's to the front the front line go's to the rear.....






just wanted that info in here incase some newb actualy searches...
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just wanted that info in here incase some newb actualy searches...
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my hydroboosted 800 endo machine.

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my hydroboosted 800 endo machine.

Beta, would you mind explaining exactly what you've got there? It looks pretty wicked!
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My buddy has the hydro bost on his scout 80. We traded scouts last week and must I say that truck stops faster than my new truck. I was highly impresed.



Not much info but enought and I dont care to explane it.


All it is is instead of useing vacume it runs of your powersteering pump. I plan on useing it on my scout 80 project. when i get the time to get to it.
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I used a 68 Corvette MC, bolted in as well. No mod to anything.
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cool. thanks guys
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Damn you really are a glass is half full kind guy aintcha?
actualy im a glass is allways full kind of guy, but i will acknowlage that beer takes up half of the aloted volume, and air takes up the other half...

the strange part is that the air molacules seem to multiply forcing a large portion of the beer molicules to rapidly exit the vesel, therefor still rendering the glass completley full, but full of a difernt type of matter...

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my hydroboosted 800 endo machine.

Anybody ever find out what this contraption consisted of?
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Looks like the OEM Chevy stuff, from the 80s I think. Probably in the diesels since they don't do the vacuum thing. I did see one in an 85 1-ton with a big block though.
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