mt65riv Posted September 27, 2015 Share Posted September 27, 2015 I have searched here and on the web but can't find a definitive answer. I would rather keep my stock booster as it is fine and use an OE style master cylinder. I know there are aftermarket units with boosters and prop valves. The Scarebird kit that I got listed all the parts to add the discs to the front of my '65 and that is fine. Napa had them all no problem. On the Scarebird instructions they recommend a 71-76 Riviera MC but that has a shallow plunger and the old single unit on my car is about 1 1/2" deep. I checked with NAPA and the only ones they had for GM in the '70's with Disc/Drum were shallow. Is it possible to shorten the booster plunger? Anyone do this conversion with stock parts? Am I stuck getting an aftermarket unit? Thanks! Mike Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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