Another problem that we ran into with the huge engine stuffed into a smallish engine bay was that there was no real way to have a firewall-mounted brake or clutch master cylinder. The space that these parts would have occupied was filled with a big Edelbrock valve cover and a head. Our solution was to contact Wilwood Brakes for one of its reverse-mount clutch and brake pedal assemblies (PN 340-11299). Add in two Wilwood 7/8-inch bore Compact Remote Masters (PN 260-10374) to drive the front and rear GM brakes and one Wilwood 3/4-inch bore Compact Remote Master (PN 260-10372) to power the clutch system and we are getting somewhere. To mount the pedals and masters under the dash, we built some simple brackets that were welded to tubing tied into the Jeep’s full cage. The reservoirs can live on the firewall and feed the masters under the dash.