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mark.wright
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Ok, spoken about time and time again and 98% certain which direction I'm going.... but one last time before the credit card gets a work out. whats everyones thoughts on drum to disk for a 67.


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Street oriented car;

Front - a very good idea.
Back - not really necessary but looks good.


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Agree with Boof, forget the back but nice to have up front.


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Did mine while living in Canberra, just use the right booster...go talk to Nuts and he can tell you all about my conversion and aftermarket booster(mine was crap) problems.
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67 you could run Falcon brakes




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yep. thats pretty well what Ive decided on, nice and simple. Nuts already gave me some good advise on the matter


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Just remember he can't tell the difference between a 2inch cane toad and a 14inch mud crab....but I will provide the educations when he drops in.
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I am sorry to say for the cc card but being how open your wheels are I would get something sexier behind them then standard.


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You can get a DBA slotted (and cross drilled disk) for the stock setup.

Otherwise, if sexy means Willwood or equivalent brand then also factor in the cost of an engineers report.


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Well... all done and thought Id post some details on the kit I used. The brakes were from POL and whilst a great kit that fitted with no dramas, the service was a bit crap.

The booster, and from what I understand this is the part that many people suffer with is great. Again no big dramas and the car now stops as hard as my modern euro wagon!

That was from GPS brakes in NY and came with pedal, mounting bracket, master cylinder etc, etc super quick delivery and a nice price (no I'm not on commission!)



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