Though equality is important in many aspects of life, equal force cannot be applied to both your front and rear brakes. It is common knowledge that a Mustang’s front brakes are larger and require more force than its counterparts in the rear. Why? Because when you depress your Mustang brake pedal, the center gravity of your pony car effectively shifts forward, which adds more weight and momentum to the two front tires. Because of these basic laws of physics, it is important for you to make sure that your front brakes are equipped with more stopping power than the rear. How can this be accomplished? Well, that is where the Mustang brake proportioning valves and Mustang distribution blocks take center stage!
Mustang brake proportioning valves and Ford Mustang distribution blocks play essential roles towards making any disc braking system work. As its name suggests, Mustang brake proportioning valves are tasked with controlling the braking pressure between the front and the rear brakes, and allocating the correct amount of pressure to each system. By design, your rear braking system can only take on a certain amount of stopping power in order to prevent the two back wheels from locking up. While it might be nerve-wracking to think about the possibility of your rear wheels locking, the Mustang brake proportioning valves give Ford owners the manual capabilities to properly distribute the tire pressure themselves.
Though they are not manually operated, the Mustang distribution blocks are also responsible for distinguishing pressure between the front and the rear brakes. Located inside the Mustang engine compartment, Mustang distribution blocks allow the brake fluid to be carried between the front and rear brakes.
Though rotating fluid and stopping power throughout both braking systems are usually routine procedures for your Mustang brake proportioning valves and Ford Mustang distribution blocks, it is not always that simple. There is always a chance for the rear brakes to lock up and become out of whack, particularly on wet surfaces. If you are experiencing any issues with your rear brakes, it might be time to start shopping around for new Mustang brake proportioning valves or Mustang distribution blocks.
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The more control that you have of the overall operations of your Ford Mustang, the better. The ability to distribute the braking pressure manually has made Mustang brake proportioning valves a popular aftermarket upgrade for Ford owners. While it is typically a good idea to let the professionals handle the installation process if you are not mechanically-savvy, you are still going to need to shop around for the best deals on Ford Mustang brake proportioning valves and Mustang distribution locks. CJ Pony Parts features a wide selection of Mustang brake proportioning valves and Ford Mustang distribution blocks for pony cars from the First Generation, all the way through current model year.
Ford Mustang brake proportioning valves can be mounted in multiple different places throughput your braking lines, and are operated by a simple twist of a knob. If you are looking to control the brake bias in either large or small increments, CJ’s offers a diverse array of Mustang brake proportioning valves from a number of well-respected vendors. The Mustang brake proportioning valves are ideal components for rear disc brake conversions or any disc braking system that requires a little fine tuning.
In addition to stand-alone Mustang brake proportioning valves, CJ’s offers premium Mustang distribution blocks as well. Ford Mustang distribution blocks mount near the inner fender and brake master cylinder, and performs the important task of monitoring your car’s brake fluid. The aftermarket Mustang brake distribution blocks are made out of a sturdy brass material, and will provide both stark visual and performance upgrades from your factory equipment.
If you are looking for ultimate braking capabilities, CJ’s offers an all-in-one adjustable proportioning valve and distribution block. Because this remarkable all-in-one part is not a direct-fit replacement for the original block, some modifications may be necessary. Speaking of your original Mustang brake parts, it might be time to make some changes throughout your potentially outdated Mustang braking system. While you’re on the site feel free to check out our selection of Mustang brake pads or Mustang brake shoes, Mustang brake pedal assemblies, and more!