SSBC offers their 12 volt vacuum pump for customers who have a lot going on under the hood except the 16 pounds or more of vacuum to run power brakes. If you want all the horsepower without sacrificing stopping power, the SSBC Electric Vacuum Pump is for you! The kit includes all necessary mounting & operating hardware.Features
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Can the pump be mounted on it's side or does it have to in an upright position?
I have a 1986 El Camino with a power brake system. Will this system allow me to get rid of the ugly brake booster? Also if it does what other accessories will I need?
I have a 68 Corvette with a 327 and mild cam and it's pulling only 10 inches of vacuum.Not enough for power brakes,vacuum headlights and wiper door.Will this pump create enough vacuum for all three?I have the stock reserve canister that holds vacuum.
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