fitting a marina brake pedal setup

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fitting a marina brake pedal setup

Postby johnpaul » Tue Dec 13, 2016 6:46 pm

has anyone fitted a marina/ital brake pedal box to there moggy?
ive got one to fit in my van but i dont want to cut a hole in the wrong place or find the pedals foul the bulkhead.
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Re: fitting a marina brake pedal setup

Postby johnpaul » Thu Dec 15, 2016 7:37 am

hi,
just to muddy the waters a bit my van has an unfinished beadmore style bulkhead,eg the original top bulkhead/firewall cut out and a flat plate installed an old custom trick from the 70s.
has anyone got any ideas or suggestions>
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Re: fitting a marina brake pedal setup

Postby dp » Wed Jan 18, 2017 7:49 pm

so blanked off at an angle to match the l/h side or presenting a vertical face for something to attach? Either way, have a look inside any engine bays you can to see what looks about right. Obviously, not in expensive vehicles, less obviously, smaller cars with smaller servos. You can google Eg Lupo engine bay, Escort engine bay etc to make a shortlist of cars you want to look at in the flesh.
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