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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old Dec 30th, 11, 05:43 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for Vacuum Booster

So I have been talking to Everett which has been a huge help. Probably asked him hundreds(not lying) of questions. So Im going to put it out here because I feel bad asking so many.....

I just put power brakes in. I am looking for a port to supply vac to my booster. Currently my in the back of my carb that port is going to my PCV but then I was told to check my intake manifold. Well i found this one I think or maybe its not but what hose is running into it?



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Basically I want to keep my pcv intact but I want my booster to have its own port....
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old Dec 30th, 11, 06:19 PM
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Re: Looking for Vacuum Booster

Year? Options? It could be vacuum line for RS headlights in 68 and 69, or maybe later model ac/heat controls?


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Re: Looking for Vacuum Booster

May be for the vacuum modulator on the transmission?
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Re: Looking for Vacuum Booster

Brian I think he has a '68. That hose is not heading in the right direction for RS headlights, it's probably going to the transmission.

Benito they make fittings for the intake with more than one vacuum connection on them. There is even one with a threaded fitting that a pipe fits on and heads the vacuum over to the booster behind the carb.


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