1968 Mustang Brake problems
I have a 1968 Mustang with the drivetrain and braking system out of a 1970 cougar. The car has rear drum front disk power brakes. Ive already put a new Master cylinder, for the cougar setup, on the car. It was originally a 200 I6. My problem is the brake pedal had no resistance until you press it in 3 or 4 inches,at which point it rock hard. Within that 3 to 4 inches is your braking, which if way too touchy. I believe the front brakes are applying too much. It still has the original distribution block which is probably not a good idea. Would there be a way to correct this with an adjust proportioning valve if that were the case.