Stang8S - yeah, I've wondered that myself. Seems to me if they had just welded that offending 3/4 tubing down 2 inches it would not make any difference for manual brakes, and if you opted for power, it is ready to go. Got to be a PIA to try to cut out and weld that tube after the car is finished.
Platinum - a couple of things to consider. Both the 93 and the 95 boosters will do the same thing but the 93 is smaller in circumfrence and you won't have to move the 3/4 tube down as far (although, it is going to be the same PIA no matter where you put it). The 93 is slightly longer and if you use a late model MC you will have to make a small hole in the fender well ears (aluminium) to accomodate the front end of the MC. The 95 booster is almost twice as expensive (if you get them new) as the 93 (why? I don't know - third base). It is slightly bigger in circumfrence but is shorter than the 93 so you can probably get away with not holing the aluminium fender aluminium. BTW - power brakes are so nice - you push the pedal - the car stops!
Frank n Sons.
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