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"IMPORTANT" 
All ABS delete manifolds are shipped with a LEGAL DISCLAIMER that you the customer/buyer is responsible for. PLEASE READ this disclaimer before installation of the delete manifold. If you have any questions please contact PRB Machining. Standard ABS delete manifolds ship 2-3 days from date of payment!

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94-97 GT Mustang ABS Delete Manifold
94-97 ABS Delete Manifold

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Early Version PRB Machining ABS Delete Manifold
99-04 ABS Delete Manifold
99-04 Mustang ABS Delete

The ABS delete manifolds are machined out of 6061-T6511 extruded aluminum to a nice finish.  Most manifold ports are CNC engraved with the same markings next to each port just like the factory ABS control module pump.  I have found that Ford still used a few 98 ABS pumps on 99-00 Mustangs.  The 98 ABS unit is unique to 99-04 in that it uses 5 brake lines (3 channel) instead of 6 (4 channel), which 99-04 Mustang with traction control have 6 brake lines connected to it.  When ordering for 99-00 please let me know how many brake lines are connected to the factory ABS pump or if you have traction control or not.  It will either be 5 or 6 and it's just a matter of looking at the ABS unit to be able to know.  All 94-98 ABS pumps use 5 brake lines.  There is a difference between Gt/Cobra on what size ports I need to drill/tap. 

New "Zero Leak Gold Port Plugs" with O-ring Will Be Used!  I now use a Tosco carbide port cutting tool (SAE J1926), then install the Zero Leak Plug with EPDM O-ring.  This O-ring is impervious to automotive brake fluids.  This port plug can be removed and reinstalled. 

The size of 98-04 delete manifolds (1"h x 2"w x 2.5"L) weight 0.4 lbs.   The size of 94-97 delete manifolds (2"h x 4"w x 1.5"L) weight 0.6lbs

IMPORTANT: When the ABS pump is removed, the ABS light on the dash will be on.  There is no way to turn the light off, unless you remove the bulb.  I also recommend removing the factory fuse located under the drivers side dash.  Be carefull when connecting the steel brake fittings to the aluminum threads of the delete manifold.  I recommend cleaning the brake fitting threads and bottom of metric bubble flare. I also recommend using a small amout of anti-seize on the steel brake fitting threads to help prevent stripping/galling of the aluminum threads in the delete manifold ports.   

Proper bleeding of the brakes is required after installing an ABS delete manifold!

PROPER BRAKE BLEEDING! CLICK HERE

Starting With 6061-T6511 Extruded Alumimum Stock
ABS Delete Manifolds In Raw Form
ABS Delete Manifolds In Raw Form

"Zero Leak Gold Port Plugs"

98 Mustang GT/Cobra Delete Manifold
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94-97 Delete Manifold With a Zero Leak Port Plug.
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Close Up of Port Machined Prior to Tapping
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Carbide Port Tool Cutter
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WARNING • DO NOT DRIVE ON UN-TESTED BRAKES

BRAKES MUST BE TESTED AFTER INSTALLATION OF Delete Manifold

• Make sure pedal is firm: Hold firm pressure on pedal for several minutes, it should remain in position without sinking. If pedal sinks toward floor, check system for fluid leaks. DO NOT drive vehicle if pedal does not stay firm or can be pushed to the floor with normal pressure.

• At very low speed (2-5 mph) apply brakes hard several times while turning steering from full left to full right, repeatseveral times.  Remove the wheels and check that components are not touching, rubbing, or leaking.

• Carefully examine ABS delete manifold and all brake components, brake lines, and fittings for leaks and interference.

• Drive vehicle at low speed (15-20 mph) making moderate and hard stops. Brakes should feel normal and positive. Again check for leaks and interference.

• Always test vehicle in a safe place where there is no danger to (or from) other people or vehicles.

• Always wear seat belts and make use of all safety equipment.