Who in Long Island, N.Y. does the Powermaster to MasterCylinder/Booster install???

BDG71

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Hello all. Im finally finished with the Power Master system after getting a hard pedal, at an intersection, and almost wrecking my car.
Does anybody know someone, in Long Island, N.Y., who has expertise in installing the new brake system?? I am not a racer so i decided
to go with the MasterCylinder/Booster kit from Master Power LLC out of Mooresville N.C. I'll post a picture what i bought. Thanks to all
for any advice you can give me.
 

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If I do the install myself, what about the electricall? Will my "Check Engine" light stay on? Will my brake light still work?
 
If I do the install myself, what about the electricall? Will my "Check Engine" light stay on? Will my brake light still work?
No check engine light and you can just tuck the connectors out of site.
 
^^^^^this.

I taped my connections up just to be safe & tucked them away.

Brake light wire is connected to proportioning valve, nothing to do with PM.
 
Also looks like the mc ports are in the correct position for the powermaster so no need to reverse the lines for the vac mc.
 
I rather have a pedal from a vac brakes car. Also while you are at it verify your proportion valve is the new brass one
 
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