Thanks for the link FD7683, I do have the factory service manual, but couldn't find any info regarding the gapping spec between the brake master cylinder push rod and the brake booster push rod. I assume it is factory set from the part manufacturer? Just wanted to verify that the spec is indeed correct for the OEM parts that I have installed.Do you have the factory service manual? If not, I recommend using this one: 2006-2011 Honda Civic Service Repair Manual and Wiring Diagram | PDFs Free Online
I do have heard from the Toyota forums that if there is a positive interference (meaning the booster push rod is touching the brake master cylinder rod) there might be a chance that the compensating port got covered by the piston head, preventing the heated brake fluid returning to the reservoir, and when pressure build-up by the expending fluid, it could cause brake drag, or worst case complete brake seized. Anyone know is this the case with our master cylinder?