Master Power Dual Bowl Brake Master Cylinder for 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 and 1973 Mustangs with Non-Power Disc/Disc Brakes or Disc/Drum Brakes.
While classic 1965-1966 Mustangs are incredibly fun to restore, drive, show off and race, the original braking system's design leaves a lot to be desired. It uses a single master cylinder to provide fluid pressure to all four wheels at the same time. So if a problem arises in any of the four brakes, hoses, lines or single master cylinder, all four brakes lose fluid pressure. This can be disastrous: you could lose your front and rear brakes, which means you won't be able to slow down and stop!
Fortunately, CJ Pony Parts carries this Master Power MC11378M Dual Bowl Brake Master Cylinder, which will split your front and rear brakes. That way, if a problem develops in the front, your rear brakes will not be affected and vice versa. This Dual Bowl Brake Master Cylinder has a 1" bore and will fit on disc/drum and disc/disc applications. Its front outlet is 3/8"-24 and its rear outlet is 1/2"-20. You can also use this as a direct fit replacement for 1967-1973 Mustangs.
Please Note: You will need dual bowl conversion lines to install this cylinder on a 1965-1966 Mustang.
Are you looking to upgrade the brakes on your Mustang? Master Power Brakes is the leading supplier of aftermarket brake systems for street rod, classic and muscle car markets. 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 for brakes for your classic Mustang!
Order a Master Power MC11378M Dual Bowl Brake Master Cylinder for your 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 or 1973 Mustang with Non-Power Disc/Disc Brakes or Disc/Drum Brakes from CJ Pony Parts today!
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My brake light switch appears to be on my master cylinder (single bowl 64 mustang) if I convert to the double bowl is there a place for the switch?
Front brake hole ? Which goes to the front?
will this work for a 71 ford torino gt with front disc and rear drum?
Does this require a proportioning valve for front disc -rear drum?
My 64 1/2 stang has the original master brake cylinder and on the very front is a brake light connection. How does this work on the double bowel cylinder?
does this come with a push rod? if not do i have to re use the old one?
Will I need any adaptors for the brake lines if I have a 1968 mustang currently with drum and drum manual. I'm converting it to disc and drum manual? I ask because a lot of reviews mention you do but they don't say for what car and application.
Brake master cylinder drum to drum 1961 ford what is the part number?
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