SSBC Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Dual Bowl V8 Non-Power 1965-1966

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SSBC Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Dual Bowl V8 Non-Power 1965-1966

Product Description

SSBC Standard Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit with Dual Bowl Master Cylinder for 1965-1966 V8 Mustangs with Standard Brakes.

Caliper Specs:
Type of Caliper - Standard
Number of Pistons - 4
Piston Size - 43mm
Constructed From - Cast Iron

Rotor Specs:
Diameter - 11.25"
Thickness - 0.8125"
Venting -Uni Directional (straight vane)
Standard Finish - Standard
Bolt Pattern - 5 x 4.5"

Kit Includes:
- Pair of Rotors
- Pair of Calipers
- Front Brake Pads
- Dual Bowl Maser Cylinder
- Adjustable Proportioning Valve
- 2 Brake Hoses
- Rotor Retaining Hardware
- 2 Rotor Splash Shields
- All Brackets, Bearings, Seals & Hardware
- Instructions

Looking to add even more stopping power? Upgrade to slotted and plated rotors for $100. Still not enough? Add SSBC's Big Bite rotors, which are slotted, plated and drilled, for $175. Upgrade packages substitute the original rotors for the upgrades.

*Requires use of 14" or larger wheels.
*Master cylinder will not bolt to stock boster on vehicles with O.E. power drum brakes.
*Bolts to factory V8 spindle.

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Product Reviews

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Overall very good
Great system, easy and quick install.
One problem, the fitting to the front of the junction bowl is wrong, you were alerted of this from another customer and I thought it would have been addressed.i had problems finding the proper fitting, but ended up making a new line from the rear of bowl to front of junction box, the line with two gold fittings
Ed Pacitti December 7, 2014
This kit took me probably about 2 hours to install and I was working at a snails pace. Every part was a great fit except for one brake line from the master cylinder to the distribution block which was 3/8 and not 7/16 . Easy fix for the local brake shop once he found some imperial parts. Overall with the upgrade to big bite rotors still very much worth the dollars. Thanks SSBC and CJ pony parts.
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