I have a firewall mounted brake pedal setup that the po mounted up kinda high. It actually works out ok with the firewall and engine placement but the pedal is to high off the floor. I understand about maintaining the correct pedal ratio. I need to add about 3" to the length of the pedal and will need to lower the master cylinder pivot point to maintain the same ratio. Since the mc pivot is going to be lower, then the actuating rod is going to be on an angle instead of straight into the mc. Is there any issue with creating an offset mc rod to keep it straight and level? Sorta like a Z? To eliminate any flex I was thinking of using a short piece of flat bar with a hole drilled in the lower corner that would attach to the brake pedal. Then weld a long coupling nut to the top edge for the mc rod to thread into.