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Where is the Master cylinder? Yes, if it's at or below the calliper's.
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At or below the height of the calipers you should run one at both ends.
 

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Fox body Mustang. The master cylinder is well above the calipers. I thought someone at Aerospace told me I would need the 2# valves for the rear brakes. Just couldn't remember why they would say that? Thanks for the help guys!
 

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If your master cylinder is in the stock location, you will not need any valves....
 

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Finally talked to Aerospace today and they recommend 2# valves for the front and rear on all applications for insurance.
 

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Some guys have trouble with the Aerospace brakes taking a pump or two before they get good pedal because the calipers really pull back the pistons. I'd say the 2# valves help keep the pistons closer to the rotor so you don't have to pump to get a good pedal. I don't have any issues with mine. I think it's partially in the way some people bleed them.
 
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