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I'm switching my Pro-Mod, T/S car from the dodge master cylinder that most of us use to a ford unit.
With the dodge unit, the front goes to the front & the rear goes to the rear.
Does anyone know if ford uses the same ratio as dodge for front & back ports. It's a mid '90's mustang master cylinder.
I can buy a proportioning valve if needed. Just need this to work properly & stop the car safely. Thanks guys.

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Pretty sure on the fjiord stuff the front goes to the front and the rear goes to the rear. I think some Mustangs had a goofy 3 port deal. I always used a proportioning valve in the rear brake line when I ran the std. ford manual master cylinder.
 

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except newer fords (abs types)the cyl.are the same as chry.
when we plumb are cars we but the adjustable valve on the front wheels to set brake balance.front should lock frist
 

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Thanks guys, I tried to search for specs?? I'm not that great at finding stuff.
I only went with the ford one because they had passenger side ports & a 1" bore. I did get the NON-abs model.

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except newer fords (abs types)the cyl.are the same as chry.
when we plumb are cars we but the adjustable valve on the front wheels to set brake balance.front should lock frist

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