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Marshall M.
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Looking for a placement of my HCU and wondered if it must be mounted with the fittings pointed up like stock on GT500? Anyone know?

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  • 1 year later...

Sorry for opening old thread.

 

I would like to add TCS on current Ford Mustang 2005-2009 ABS module.

I can't find any wiring regarding TCS.. Can anyone help us to put diagram regarding TCS switch and wiring?

 

Thank you!

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Amir,

From what i understand 2015 up can not operate as a stand alone system like the GT500 unit outlined in this thread.

 

Good to know, thanks. I'd be curious how the GT500 ABS would work in an IRS car like mine.

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Apologize for reviving this ancient thread.    Just wondering about the possibility of installing a modern (circa 2005) Mustang ABS unit into an earlier non-Mustang Ford?

Vehicle in question is 1988 Merkur Scorpio.  Scorpio ABS is ancient, problematic, and expensive to repair.  Looking for a modern replacement.  I realize I must convert to Mustang booster/master cylinder when I do this.   Scorpio has inductive wheel sensors on each wheel.

 

 

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On 11/26/2021 at 3:41 PM, brokencase said:

Apologize for reviving this ancient thread.    Just wondering about the possibility of installing a modern (circa 2005) Mustang ABS unit into an earlier non-Mustang Ford?

Vehicle in question is 1988 Merkur Scorpio.  Scorpio ABS is ancient, problematic, and expensive to repair.  Looking for a modern replacement.  I realize I must convert to Mustang booster/master cylinder when I do this.   Scorpio has inductive wheel sensors on each wheel.

 

 

My experience is with the GT500 unit. You don't have to use a Mustang booster/master cylinder. I have a hybrid hydroboost with a Baer master cylinder. John who posted above with the Cobra has a Wilwood dual master set up.

The GT500 unit uses active wheel sensors, not inductive.

 

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