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Aided by the fact that the heads were off the engine, the Trans-Am Racing power booster/master cylinder assembly slid right into place. However, in our case, there was interference with the metal tab on the shock tower, which is used for the factory strut tower to shock brace. Merv tried the Trans-Am Racing assembly on a '66 parts car and it fit perfectly; that's just another indication of how early Mustangs can differ structurally. Since the GT has an export brace, Matt trimmed the tab for clearance.