Over the years your manual brake system on your 1967-1970 Mustang can become unreliable. Replace your manual brake system with this high-quality CJ Classics power brake booster conversion kit today at CJ Pony Parts. This Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit will provide the driver with a safer and better braking power that you have been looking for out of your Classic Mustang.
This Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit will provide you with everything necessary to convert your Classic Mustangs brakes and improve the overall braking capability. In this kit a 9” power brake booster features a firewall plate that mounts to the same mounting location as the pedal support. The brake booster and the firewall plate is painted in a black finish to help give your Mustang a factory look.
- 9” Black Mustang Booster W/ Firewall Plate
- 1" Bore Master Cylinder
- 2227161 Casting Number With “Teardrop” Markings
- 1/2-20" & 3/8-24" Ports On Left Side Only
- Bottom Mount Universal Disc/Disc Proportioning Valve Kit
- Includes Pre-bent Lines To Master Cylinder
- Built-In Residual Valve For Rear Brakes
- Zinc Bottom Mount Bracket
- Mounting Hardware
- Power Brake Brake Pedal W/ Pedal Pad
- For Automatics Only
Please Note: This booster requires a minimum of 15 pounds of engine vacuum pressure at idle for maximum stopping power.
The proportioning valve in this kit includes 1/2-20" and 3/8-24" ports on the driver side for the front and rear brake lines. The installation of the proportioning valve is easy due to a strong zinc plated mount that gets installed using the brake booster studs. To finish off this conversion a new brake pedal assembly and pedal pad are included.
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