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    Mcleod Master Cylinder

    Whats up guys, i am planning on doing the drill mod in the near future and i was wondering if the stock master cyinder is good enough or if its worth getting the adjustable Mcleod master cylinder since you have to take the stock one out anyway? Thanks!!

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    what mods are you running? if you're pushing 100+ HP more than stock I'd look into it

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    Im not sure what my hp now is but i know eventually after i get done doing a head and cam package itll be well above 100 extra hp. Right now ive got a raptor hood, lid and filter, slp maf, bellows, bbk throttle body, zo6 intake (which is stock), catback, ive got qtp headers and y pipe on the way and msd wires, ngk plugs. Thats all the mods i have on the motor. What would that put my hp at (estimated) and do you think thats enough worth getting the master cylinder?

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    Save your money, that's about 30 more HP. The drill mod wont even help you since you have a 2002

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    so the 2002 doesnt need the drill mod? Was the restriction fixed by GM in 2002?

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    It was fixed in 2001, anyone with a 98-2000 usually has their slave go out around 50,000 and it gets replaced with the upgraded model from 2001+

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    COOL, i didnt know that! Thanks for all the info! Glad i got the 2002!

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    Did you just buy that car? I swear I had a friend looking to buy that exact car off a lot recently...I remember the pic

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    yes, i bought the car about a few weeks ago. I also have a 99 trans am but i will be selling that in the near future.

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