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mark vii brake conversion tech
#11
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1990 lsc [B]

610 rwhp 511 torque at 13 psi boost on pump gas,and 13psi , 150 -200 hp to go [/B]:naughty:

342, dart block,crower billet crank, olivier rods, je pistons, vortech ys trim blower



holley system max intake, AFR 205 heads



snow performance methanol injection stage 2,

areomotive fuel system,custom sumped fuel tank, f.a.s.t. system bank to bank w/wideband o2,



fulidine radiator,edelbrock water pump,dual fans



custom 8pt roll cage, ,sub frame conn., tublar k frame,coil conversion,



bassani 1 3/4 shorties, 3"mac pro chamber, 3"full exhaust



moser axels 33"s, strange locker, 3.73 gears,aod silverfox beefed trans
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#12
Quote:The prop. valve on all Marks is located directly under the MC. It is held on with two 1/2" nuts accessible from the wheelwell.


Confusedlap: Not all Mark VII's HAVE prop valves! Early Mark VII's have a proportioning valve in that location.....the rest 86-up have a residual valve attached to the ABS system and do NOT have a physical proportioning valve located under the master cylinder.
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#13
I understand that the 84-85 Marks have a proportioning valve that is engineered to match the car specifically in a hydroboost application. That is what I was asking and I believe Disney answered.

And phat, are your 2 drawings mixed up? It looks like the front and back on the mc are switched.
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#14
yea which is the front/rear red or green?
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#15
he's got the color right, read the caption under each port, the red goes to rear and the green goes to front, just backwards on the M/c like its supposed to be.
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#16
oh i see now.
when hooking up the booster do i need to run a vaccuum line to it?
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#17
woops did not notice that ,i will change that..yes you need to run vacume to the booster
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1990 lsc [B]

610 rwhp 511 torque at 13 psi boost on pump gas,and 13psi , 150 -200 hp to go [/B]:naughty:

342, dart block,crower billet crank, olivier rods, je pistons, vortech ys trim blower



holley system max intake, AFR 205 heads



snow performance methanol injection stage 2,

areomotive fuel system,custom sumped fuel tank, f.a.s.t. system bank to bank w/wideband o2,



fulidine radiator,edelbrock water pump,dual fans



custom 8pt roll cage, ,sub frame conn., tublar k frame,coil conversion,



bassani 1 3/4 shorties, 3"mac pro chamber, 3"full exhaust



moser axels 33"s, strange locker, 3.73 gears,aod silverfox beefed trans
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#18
just to clarify, you can use jsut about any after market prop valve as well right?
1986 Mark VII LSC ...... R.I.P.
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#19
yep any one just long as it adjustable
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1990 lsc [B]

610 rwhp 511 torque at 13 psi boost on pump gas,and 13psi , 150 -200 hp to go [/B]:naughty:

342, dart block,crower billet crank, olivier rods, je pistons, vortech ys trim blower



holley system max intake, AFR 205 heads



snow performance methanol injection stage 2,

areomotive fuel system,custom sumped fuel tank, f.a.s.t. system bank to bank w/wideband o2,



fulidine radiator,edelbrock water pump,dual fans



custom 8pt roll cage, ,sub frame conn., tublar k frame,coil conversion,



bassani 1 3/4 shorties, 3"mac pro chamber, 3"full exhaust



moser axels 33"s, strange locker, 3.73 gears,aod silverfox beefed trans
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#20
ya know what, maybe you should mention something about depressurizing the system before messing w/ the accumulator. just a thought... oh, and do the length of the lines after the T matter?
1986 Mark VII LSC ...... R.I.P.
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