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Any Hot Rodder would tell you that anything is possible......

If you were to compare a Teves equipped car with a 1991 Reatta, you would find the following major changes.

Besides replacing the master cylinder and booster, the ABS controller is moved to the drivers side front by the radiator. This displaces the air conditioning accumulator on the Teves cars. The accumulator on the 1991 cars is next to the radiator overflow tank.

So not only do you change the brakes, but you must also modify the air conditioning. Nothing wrong with well maintained Teves system.

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