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You're one step ahead of me. I realized as I dropped my engine today that I'd better do my brake lines before I put it back. I ended using the Wilwood mounting bracket for the proportioning valve though so I could use their pre-bent lines to the master.
I just got mine this week. It had been on back order since March. If you do decide to get one, you may have to wait a while if they're out of stock again. It looks like a nice unit. for some reason I was expecting it to be stainless or plated steel, but it's either painted or powder coated.
Just as an option, you can buy the same enclosure as the "prewired" ones and it comes with the pins. Still a little tedious, but you can chose what you want in the box. I've done one before and it was pretty easy even for an electrical newbie like myself. You can't beat the price either. I...
I wouldn't worry about the hood and wing not matching unless it just bothered you. My hood insert is gloss black, while my stripes and wing are flat black. I've recognized that they don't match, but it hasn't bothered me enough to consider changing it.
Dumb question: where is your trunk lock...
What kind of brake setup does it have? I've read that modern hemis don't work well with vacuum boosters. Those that had issues have gone on to install hydro boost units with success, but again it's another expense if you're on a budget.
That's ironic since I actually want mine to sit a little lower in the rear. I'm planning on a coilover setup to be able to adjust as needed. Nice find with the Hemi swap already done. I've priced it all out and it's not cheap.
I'm going to be putting in a coilover suspension system from RMS/QA1 or similar that use the Mustang II spindles. My wheels are 18" so I can fit a wide variety of disc sizes. My question is: how much brake do I really need? I can do the math, but some advice from someone with firsthand...