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Mustang hydroboost valve cover clearance

Post  Caindog110 on Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:26 pm

So this is my first post, I am maybe 2/3 the way though my conversion. I am doing an ls1 with mustang hydroboost with 944 master cylinder. I have the 1/2” spacers, engine mounts, and adapter bracket from TPC. I also installed the firewall reinforcement plate for good measure. When I was installing the hydroboost adapter plate I noticed the 944 brake pedal clevis was not inline with the pedal and was binding. I slotted the holes slightly in the adapter plate moving the hydroboost closer to the engine, I’m guessing about 1/8 to 3/16 of an inch. It looks like the brake clevis is now perfectly aligned with the brake pedal but now I have eaten into the hydroboost to valve cover clearance. One of the valve cover bolts is uncomfortably close to the adapter bracket of the hydroboost. Does anyone know about how much the engine moves under load. I could probably file the master cylinder down a bit but I’m not sure what a good clearance target is. I would rather not run solid bushings if I have a choice.
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Re: Mustang hydroboost valve cover clearance

Post  Hotrodz of Dallas on Fri Aug 03, 2018 1:50 pm

They are all really close like that. Engine barely moves, and not enough to hit.
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Re: Mustang hydroboost valve cover clearance

Post  matt889 on Sat Aug 04, 2018 9:48 am

if i remember i had to grind my PCV part of the cover a little for clearance.


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