So after my swap my brakes were garbage.... pedal went straight to the floor....I did as much reading as I could find..Looks Like the common swap is either a early 90's 300zx master cylinder, a full size chevy truck, a dodge 1500, or a corvette.... I went with the Dodge 1500, it was readily available from Autozone, $67 with a lifetime warranty. http://www.autozone.com/brakes-and-.../8-cylinders-y-5-2l-mfi/348202_0_0/?counter=0 This thing Bolts right up...the ac line makes it a little tight but you can easily move it out of the way to get it mounted. the only other piece you need is a m12 male to m10 female adapter (something like thishttp://shop.advanceautoparts.com/p/dorman-autograde-brake-line-adapter-bubble-flare-m10-1.0-x-3-16-in.-x-m12-1.0-788-522/10120302-p?cm_mmc=PLA-_-Google-_-GPLA-_-10120302&ci_src=17588969&ci_sku=10120302&ci_gpa=pla&ci_kw=&iv_=__iv_p_1_g_12425515822_x_pla_y_6201684_f_online_o_10120302_z_US_i_en_j_71042597542_s__n_g_t__d_c_v__vi__&gclid=Cj0KEQiA1NWnBRDchObfnYrbo78BEiQA-2jqBVyeMGIZ35SESN0VMvQPY6W4zg_uPovOzJO3w-6LrtgaAp--8P8HAQ#utm_source=pla&utm_medium=google&utm_campaign=gpla&utm_content=10120302) After those parts it completely bolts right up. There is alot of different opinions on leaving the abs box or ditching it.... I left mine in just for ease of install... the pedal is firm and it stops just as well if not better then stock. Now you just need to bleed the brakes, and you ready to go!