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    I currently have a single master cylinder on my 62 impala and I am about to install a new power setup. My question is, Do i need a bracket for the booster to the firewall, or do I bolt directly to it?

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    Good Morning,

    We include the correct brackets with our booster kits. the bracket will put the correct pedal ratio for the system. Bolting a booster directly to the firewall will limit the travel and you would not have a very good pedal.
    Aaron Strietzel
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    Classic Performance Products Inc.
    378 E. Orangethorpe Ave
    Placentia, CA 92870
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