Muscle Car Research LLC is a small, family-owned business located in northern Virginia (USA) that's focused on providing parts and services for the American muscle car hobbyist. Our mission is to bring you the highest quality parts and services at competitive prices.
The Muscle Car Research web site uses an online shopping cart system that allows you to select and pay for products online. Look for the "Add to cart" button on each product page - it lets you select a single item to be purchased. When you click on this button the item gets added to a virtual "shopping cart", which keeps track of all of the items that you'd like to buy. After adding your items to your shopping cart you can click on the "Checkout" button to provide your billing, shipping, and payment information.
If you've ever placed an order through the Muscle Car Research online store you should be able to access your order history here. You can login to this site using the email address from your last order as your user name; you will probably have to use the "Request new password" link to reset your password. You can change your user name once you get in. Please contact me if you don't remember the email address you used with your order.
When faced with a leaking brake valve, many adventurous home mechanics follow the same path I did and wonder if it's possible to rebuild the valve. Many valves can indeed be rebuilt, but it's important to understand that it can't usually be done using seals found at your local parts store. That's because the Nitrile/Buna-N or Viton (a fluoroelastomer) rubber compounds used in o-rings and other seals found in "over the counter" kits aren't compatible with automotive brake fluid - they're designed to be compatible with petroleum-based fluids like engine oil and gasoline!
This document describes how to rebuild the 1996 - 1997 Ford Thunderbird and Mercury Cougar brake pressure control valve (marked F6SC2B091CA) using a new seal kit available from Muscle Car Research LLC. Tools needed: