Master Power Brake Master Cylinder for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with Power or Manual Front and Rear Disc Brakes.
This master cylinder is designed to be used on a 1967-1973 Mustang with 4 wheel disc brakes. The extra stroke and 1-1/8" bore provides the needed pressure to the rear calipers for proper 4 wheel disc function. If you're suffering from a spongy brake pedal, then this is your fix. This can also be used on 1965-1966 Mustangs with manual brakes that want to convert to a dual bowl master cylinder.
*Not recommended for a dual bowl conversion on 1965-1966 Mustangs with power brakes. This will not clear the shock tower when used with original 1965-1966 boosters and booster brackets. We recommend a brake booster conversion kit that includes a smaller master cylinder.
Please Note: This Brake Master Cylinder will only work with single diaphragm power boosters. It's too long to use with a dual diaphragm booster
*Will not work with the factory 1967-1973 master cylinder to distribution block lines or the 1965-1966 dual bowl master cylinder conversion line. Custom lines must be made or you can use line kit LN11897 with combination valve BCV5 for a much easier install.
Master Power Brakes is the leading supplier of aftermarket brake systems for classic Mustangs. 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, giving you many great options.
Purchase your Master Power Brake Master Cylinder for 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with Power or Manual Front and Rear Disc Brakes from CJ Pony Parts today!
Product ReviewsWrite a review
just put a rear disc brake conversion kit from ssbc on my 1973 mach1. My master cylinder is now leaking. Is this the correct master cylinder that I need and do I need to purchase different lines
HI I'm looking to order a brake master cylinder for my 68 mustang front disc and drum rear brakes. I don't know which one to order. I also want it to fit right on with all internals ready to work and don't want to have to look for further pipes or unions
The master cylinder that is on my car is 7.25 inches with .25 to the shock tower. Will this fit? Measurement is from the base where it bolts to the power brake booster to the end of the master cylinder.
I have a 4 wheel disc conversion with dual bowl master cylinder from CJ on my 65 mustang. Do I need to add the proportional valve and distribution box to make this work properly?
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