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CPP firewall booster
#706067 Fri Dec 24 2010 02:52 PM
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For those of you that have installed the firewall booster, what are you using for a brake light switch? This is on a 57.

Last edited by yousa; Fri Dec 24 2010 11:40 PM.
Re: CPP firewall booster
yousa #706080 Fri Dec 24 2010 04:11 PM
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Have you mounted the booster on the firewall yet ? If so what mount and peddles did you use?




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Re: CPP firewall booster
goneagain #706175 Fri Dec 24 2010 11:24 PM
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I made an "L" bracket mounted to the steering column that holds a standard 60's-80's GM stoplight switch -- threaded plastic body, plunger kisses the brake pedal arm. S237 (2 term) or S299 (4 term) Borg Warner IIRC. I'm using 4 term now with cruise.


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