Master Power Bendix Type Power Brake Booster for all 1967, 1968 and 1969 Mustangs.
Add some additional stopping power to your Mustang with this power brake booster from Master Power. This is an all new Bendix type unit with a firewall bracket and push rod. This Bendix type replacement booster features an 8" diaphragm.
Power boosters use vacuum produced by your engine to assist in the application of force to the master cylinder. When you step on the pedal, a valve on the firewall side of the booster opens, allowing atmospheric pressure in. A hub assembly in the booster then transfers this force to the master cylinder increasing the braking power available and applied.
*The "tear drop" style push rod will not allow this to fit 1970 Mustang brake pedals.
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Will this Booster Work with the Modern Driveline Clutch Cable Conversion kit? The Bracket for the cable going through the firewall to the brake pedal from the Modern Driveline kit will not work with the Booster in the Master Power Brake Company's Kit.
Will this work on 4 drum brake system with manual brakes?
HI, i look a power brake for a mustang 67 convertible do you have this in stock? send me please the price with a delive(ry to France please regards eric
will this bolt right up to my firewall on my 68 coupe it is disk front, drum rear, automatic trans. with manual brakes . thank you
Is this booster compatible with 68 Cougar applications? What are the dimensions? I'm trying to fit a wilwood master cylinder.
Hello my name is Paul 555, I have a 67 Mustang with V8, auto trans and 4 wheel drum brakes. I would like to add a power brake booster to the car. I have noticed that not all boosters are suitable for drum brake systems, how about this one?
Can you bolt up up Wilwood duel bowl master cylinder to this booster on my 68 coupe?
Do I have to change out my brake pedal? Right now all I have our manual brakes. Thanks
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