|Originally posted by Hudini:|
I used a 1993 S10 Blazer 2 wheel drive mc with my ga conversion. It gives an almost stock pedal feel. No mods are needed. Bolt it up, bleed it, bleed the brakes, done.
With the full size Blazer mc you get a higher pedal but it takes allot more pedal effort to stop.
The $100 brake booster upgrade is worth every penny. And Sardonyx has it modified already if you buy his.
I have the full size Blazer MC from a 94 Blazer, and I have to agree with this. Pedal effort is much higher than stock, but the travel is perfect. Now that the brakes are broken in I get around an inch and a half of travel to lockup which is really nice. I think complimented by an s10 booster and this combination would be perfect to me.
Also Hudini my pedal height is exactly the same as stock
Also, BRAND NEW blazer MC for 27 bucks on rock auto. DO NOT get a reman MC!!!!! I have only ever heard bad things because the pitting in the bore not being able to be removed with a hone, definitely get a new MC. Also do not forget you need to swap your fiero reservoir to the new MC. When you are swapping it, make sure that the rubber seals are pressed into the bore on the MC when installing the reservoir. I had the seals on the reservoir trying to install it into the MC and it took me a little bit before I realized it would be 100% easier to install the seals into the MC first.
So s10 MC has longer travel but takes less effort
Full size blazer takes more effort but I can still lock up the tires and there is less pedal travel
Good luck it is a really nice improvement at highway speeds, the brakes don't fade at all unlike my old ones.
[This message has been edited by zkhennings (edited 08-09-2013).]