Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970

Master Power: DB1521PANS
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Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970
Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970 Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970 Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970 Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970 Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970
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Product Description

Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit for 1967, 1968, 1969 and 1970 Mustangs with an Automatic Transmission.

Upgrade your 1967-1970 Mustang with disc brakes from Master Power. This brake upgrade comes with everything needed to convert to power disc brakes. Master Power engineered the kit to use factory style components and bolt-on without modification.

Master Power uses the factory style 4-piston caliper for much easier wheel fitment and installation. The calipers are the same ones that Ford originally used as an upgrade on early Shelby Mustangs. This means most 14" wheels can be used.

Calipers are mounted with precision CNC machined billet aluminum brackets. The brackets are stronger and more consistent in fit and finish than traditional steel brackets. Backing plates provide protection for rotors and calipers against road debris and dirt.

This complete bolt-on system DB1521PANS uses your original V8 5-lug spindles. All components bolt to the factory spindles without any modifications needed. Even the brake booster pin is correctly set for the master cylinder.

Kit Includes:
- 4-piston OE style calipers and brake pads
- Billet aluminum caliper brackets
- 11-1/4" vented rotors
- 9" single diaphragm power booster
- Brake pedal
- Dual reservoir master cylinder
- Combination valve kit
- Master cylinder to valve hard lines
- Brake hoses
- Bearings/seals/dust caps
- Spindle nuts and washers
- Grade 8 hardware
- Installation instructions

*Most 14" disc brake wheels will fit as well as 15"+ wheels.

Initial installation of Master Power's Front Disc Brake DB1521PANS Conversion Kit  is straight forward requiring no cutting or welding. That trend continues when it's time to replace your brake pads and/or rotors or if a complete overhaul is required. You will be able to find all the parts you need at your local auto parts store.

OTHER APPLICATIONS
Fits 1968-1970 Mercury Cougars

Product Reviews

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Master Power Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Automatic Transmission 1967-1970 is rated 2.6666666666666665 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1 size fits nothing I bought this thinking it would be a relatively easy installation but the opposite is true. There's nothing straight forward about installing this kit. The master cylinder is massive and quite heavy compared to the stock item. The proportioning valve is poorly machined where the flared ends screw on, and none of the factory brake lines will mate up with it, so you are required to either modify or make new brake lines. I'm a retired aircraft mechanic so I can manage the hassles but this kit is definitely not for the amateur mechanic looking for an easy install. Dust covers are not supplied although other maker's kits supply them at less cost. This kit costs over a grand. My mistake was not looking for other options before buying. Too late now.
Date published: 2016-02-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Master Power front disc Brake conversion This was an outstanding kit. All the pieces fit perfectly and the instructions got us completed in record time. They were spot on with the things that needed to be done to finish the job, like reaming the hole in the firewall and the shaving off a fraction to keep the brake light from staying on. I am seriously considering getting the rear disc kit. I would do this again in a heartbeat!!
Date published: 2015-01-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible kit Problem 1: did not receive dust shields. Problem 2: dust caps did not fit at all! Problem 3: break line on calipers does not fit on styled steel wheels without rubbing heavily!
Date published: 2015-11-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good product but requires modifications We bought this kit to do a power disc brake conversion under the impression it was a direct bolt on. This kit required a lot of modifications. 1) the dust shields had to be ground on the corners so the holes would align. 2) major modifications are needed on the firewall, holes have to be elongated, new holes drilled, the original brake pedal assembly needs additional works as the mounting nuts need to be drilled out. Also needs a new hole drilled in it. I would suggest looking at master powers site as they show these modifications in the installation pdf. 3) I got no info on the brake rod. It attached with no issue but the pedal is completely on the floor. They do mention possibly grinding the back so the lights don't stay on. 4) we are doing new brake lines so i didn't have to do a lot of modifying to the existing lines but there are so minor tweeks needed in hooking them up. If you have the ability, time and tools this is probably a 2 day job. I would say this is not for a novice or someone who does not have patience. Skill level moderate to difficult.
Date published: 2015-08-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from bolt on? We bought this for our 68' Mustang and there was not one part of this that was "bolt" on, the entire system had to be fabricated and we ended taking it to our local shop to have them finish it!! more than a little fabrication was needed on the firewall to get the brake booster to fit and the steering column had to be removed to get the brake pedal installed.
Date published: 2015-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Everything fit perfectly I bought this kit last spring while doing a complete restore on my 70 fastback. Everything fit perfectly on the car. Considering the frame was welded in all new, and the car was totally new or refurbished, i was impressed. (Btw, if you ever do a complete front frame on one of these cars, buy a 1 piece best quality export brace and bolt it all on to the upper shock towers from the stock firewall, and bolt on the brace under the engine before welding it all solid. once those 2 things line up, everything else has to be right... experience... but thats another issue) Anyway, the brakes fit perfectly. The only issue was bleeding. The brake place i took the car to could not get the brakes bled after 3 days. (they did a good job trying) When i got it home to look at it further, it made sense to me that the air was still bubbles on the side walls, trapped inside the calipers. (like a glass of water has air bubbles on the side walls). I unbolted each caliper and twisted them by hand while bleeding them, so the air would move upward, over the line to the bleeder side, then out the bleeder. I tapped them repeatedly with a rubber mallet while bleeding. After doing this several times to each side, I finally got the rest of the air out of each side and i have a decent brake now. FYI, I also plugged the rear line at the master, to isolate the issue to just the front. and plugged both to test the master, and it that good. Good luck.
Date published: 2015-08-27
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Product Questions

double checking; 70 Mach 1, 351C Auto - car came with power drum brakes at all four corners.  Will this kit get me converted to disc on front with existing spindles?  Any coupons available?

Asked by: Joeseppie
This complete bolt-on system DB1521PANS uses your original V8 5-lug spindles. All components bolt to the factory spindles without any modifications needed.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-24

Does this kit come with new dust shields to replace the drum brake backing plates ? they are not shown in picture. they are shown on MP's website and are shown in installation instructions on pdf

Asked by: NSA 1
New dust shields are NOT included. This kit only includes what is shown in our images on the product page.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2016-03-23

I have a 67 fastback with 351w and an AOD, cast iron exhaust manifolds would this kit fit my car DB1521 pans

Asked by: Tony R
Yes this kit will fit.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-15

For the rear disc brake conversion kit for a 1967 mustang automatic, how do you know which set to buy.  Bearing size?

Asked by: Kats boy
If you are using the stock 1967 8 inch rear you will have a small bearing rear. When choosing a rear disc brake conversion keep in mind the size of wheels you plan on using.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-03-10

I have an automatic transmission now but plan on going manual within a few years, what brake kit should i use?

Asked by: joeylobes
You should do the transmission swap first or you will be changing out brake parts later.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2016-01-14

What price to ship to NZ for this Kit? and how long before I would receive it

Asked by: gmrsone
To get a shipping quote and total price, add the item(s) to your shopping cart and then proceed to checkout. In checkout, fill out your address info and scroll down to see shipping options and costs to your area including any import taxes and duties.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-12-28

Purchased a 69 Coupe, 351W auto with drum brakes, which is best suited for all round safet when converting from drum to disc front and rear?

Asked by: Wayne Lampard
This will take care of your fronts, and one of our rear disc conversion kits will take care of the rears.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-09-25

Hi there, Would you recommend this kit or the SSBC kit (A121-2) for 1967 auto power conversion?  I notice the SSBC kit has a dual booster which would only be necessary for rear discs if I'm not mistaken? Thanks, Stephen.

Asked by: mojocoops
One kit fits 1967s with an automatic, the other is for a manual. Not sure which you have, but that'll determine which kit will work for you.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-07-27
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