Master Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit with an 8" Dual Booster and Master Cylinder for all 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 and 1977 Broncos.
Improve the overall power of your 1966-1977 Bronco's Brakes by ordering this Master Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit with an 8" Dual Booster and Master Cylinder. Designed to work on all Bronco engines, this kit will make you feel like you have an entirely new brake assembly on your rig.
- Dual Outlet Master Cylinder with 1-1/8" bore
- 8" Dual Diaphragm Power Booster
- Firewall Bracket & Pedal Linkage
- Vacuum Hose with Intake Manifold Fitting
- Bench Bleeding Kit
Features & Benefits:
- Helps Reach Maximum Braking Performance
- 8" Dual Diaphragm
- Yellow Chromate Zinc Finish
- Bracket Features Correct Angle
- Works with Either Disc or Drum Brakes
This brake booster conversion kit from Master Power will help your Bronco reach its maximum braking performance. With an 8" dual diaphragm, this kit features a power booster and master cylinder that have yellow chromate zinc finishes. Along with the properly angled firewall bracket, this kit will provide more than enough power when using your brakes. Master Power's firewall bracket features the correct angle and will bolt directly to the firewall. You'll also be able to enjoy this fantastic kit whether your Bronco has disc or drum brakes.
Please Note: If you have a disc/drum or a 4 wheel disc setup, you will need to use the appropriate combination valve to properly balance your braking system.
*The inner fender panel needs to be either notched or replaced for the clearance of the booster.
Warning: The Booster requires at least 18" of vacuum of proper operation.
Master Power tries to provide everything you need for a straightforward, headache free installation. Since the day they started in 1983 they've said, "If we can't be proud of it, we won't sell it." Master Power focuses on simple, reliable designs that are based on OEM technology and their brake kits are carefully engineered to install easily and work correctly, allowing you many great options on your Bronco.
Purchase this Master Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit with an 8" Dual Booster and Master Cylinder for your 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976 or 1977 Bronco from CJ Pony Parts today!
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This power brake conversion kit from Master Power's the perfect way to add power brakes to any 1966 through 1977 Bronco, when equipped with a V8 engine. It includes the 8 inch dual booster as well as a GM style master cylinder, a bench bleed kit, an adjustable brake rod and everything necessary to install it on your Bronco. This will work with either drum or disc brakes. At this point in our build, we don't have our brake lines finished on our Bronco yet, but we're going to show you how the Master Power piece is going to install through your firewall.
The assembled booster's going to mount on your firewall. As it's assembled, it's kind of on the heavy side, so to make it easier, we're going to remove the master cylinder to make the wheel a little more manageable. [inaudible 00:01:17] put the master cylinder side after you remove it, be careful. There's a little rod here. You just want to make sure that doesn't fall out, so if you put it back together without it, it's not going to work. The booster's a lot more manageable without the master cylinder attached. It's still not a bad idea, though, to get an extra pair of hands to help hold it, because these actually can be kind of difficult to line up.
Start by getting them all sort of hand tight. The 5th bolt's going to be the harder one to get to. It's actually down below here, kind of behind that cylinder head. Let's put the master cylinder back on for now. We're just going to mop this part up with the pedal, since we're not quite ready to install it yet. What you're going to do is take the adjustable rod, put the sleeve on it and thread it into the back of the booster assembly. Thread it in and install the boot in the firewall. It is connected to the pedal with the brake light assembly.
At that point, that's basically how you are to install the system. If you want a custom bend your break lines for the master cylinder and then bleed your brake system like normal. The power brake conversion kit from Master Power's very easy to install, fits great under the hood, it's going to make driving the Bronco a lot more fun. Keep in mind when operating the system, you will need 18 inches of vacuum for it to work properly, so if your engine's not putting out the proper vacuum, make sure you have an auxiliary vacuum source.