Master Power Dual Bowl Brake Booster Conversion Kit for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with a Manual Transmission.
Does the old stock disc or disc and drum brake set-up in your 1965-1966 Mustang feel too soft, outdated or lack the stopping power necessary for safe stopping in a timely manner? If the answer is yes, get this Master Power Brake Conversion Kit for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with manual transmissions from CJ Pony Parts today. If you don't mind making some advanced modifications that will sacrifice an all original restoration, this conversion is just the ticket for greatly increased stopping power, impressive braking and renewed reliability!
- 7" Single Diaphragm Power Brake Booster
- Dual Bowl Cast Iron Master Cylinder with a 1" Bore
- Booster Mounting Brackets and All Necessary Hardware
- Vacuum Hose with Manifold Fitting
- Push Rod
- Syringe Bleeder
- Firewall Boot
This Master Power Brake Conversion Kit for all 1965-1966 Mustangs with manual transmissions is an all-inclusive, complete brake conversion kit that allows you to switch out your old brake set-up rather easily. You can switch from a single bowl master cylinder to the much safer dual bowl master cylinder set-up easily with this headache free, inclusive conversion kit. This conversion kit is compatible with all disc brake set-ups or front disc and rear drum brake set-ups for an upgraded, more efficient new braking system. This kit from Master Power lets you easily convert to power brakes, without wasting time and money searching for all the correct pieces to complete the job with individual parts. Everything you need for powerful, efficient braking is right here and ready to go!
Please Note: This will work with manual transmissions only.
*Requires dual bowl conversion lines when replacing a single bowl master cylinder.
*Test the brakes in a safe area before driving. If the pedal is spongy, re-bleed the system and try again.
Order a Master Power Dual Bowl Brake Booster Conversion Kit for your 1965-1966 Mustang with a Manual Transmission from CJ Pony Parts today!
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I have drum brakes all the way around. I'm gonna upgrade to disc brakes someday. Will it work on drum brakes all the way around or do I need to convert the fronts to disc?
Hi all, my mustang has front disk and rear drum brakes right now, but I suspect that it's possible that the fronts were upgraded to disks. Would this work for that set up? Thanks!
Will this unit fit with a 351 cu Windsor in a 65 Mustang with front disc and rear drum brakes?
I installed the Borgeson Power Steering unit and Z Bar on my 1965 manual transmission car. I am having a problem fitting a power brake booster with the power steering setup...will this brake booster and master cylinder work?
I have 4 wheel disc manual setup. Manual trans. If I use this setup will I have to upgrade to different calipers for power disc? What mods if any will be needed to the firewall or any where else?
I think I know this. But want to make sure, On, this unit I will use my existing 66 mustang manual brake paddle and it will clear the z bar rod and Shelby export brace bolt on unit , I know have to move brake lines , your system looks very well made .
Is this unit a pure bolt on or are there any modifications that need to be made in engine bay to fit unit in.
if I go with 11" disk cup front and stay with my 8" rear and drums in back will I need a proportioning valve?
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