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Old 11-07-2017, 10:55 AM   #1
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Exclamation Putting 96' breaks on 00' mustang? Hydroboost?

Are the 96' breaks hydroboost? If they are, and i have a doner car, can i install them on my 00' mustang?
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You referring to the hydroboost unit only, or the entire brake system?
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96-04 is Hydroboost but the 96-98 GT front calipers are garbage. 99-04 GT is dual piston and then the 94-04 Cobra/Mach/Bullitt brakes are the best from those years.
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So like i said, i have a 00' base mustang, the doner car is a 96' GT (forgot to mention the GT part).

jkeaton: I am refering to the entire break system, just swap them out. Are they compatible? Because iv seen them changed/installed (not sure if it was a mustang i might add) and somebody had to go in with a dremel and widen the hole the master cylinder unit goes in to bolt down to the car. Will i have to do this? As well as replace the lines?
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Brakes, not breaks. You do not want your brakes to break. Big difference.

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