Thinking about upgrading your car’s braking system? Check out MPB’s Pro-Driver video. This one-and-a half minute video gives you the complete back story on what makes Master Power Brakes’ Pro-Driver Series the ultimate stopping tool for your vehicle with 17” or larger wheels.
The video uses a cut-away wheel to let you clearly see how the calipers look mounted and all the advantages in upgrading your brake system to our Pro-Driver Series brake system!
Our Pro-Driver Series is specifically designed for the customer who wants the ultimate braking inside their 17" or larger wheels using American-Made components and a system that comes with bolt-on simplicity. All of this is available for the most common GM, Ford and Mopar applications including some GM trucks.
There is always an ongoing effort here at MPB to make our products better. Better fit, better functionality, easier to install - you name it. Recently, we identified a product that we thought could be improved - our power booster / master cylinder assembly kit for 1953 to 1962 Corvettes.
Let's face it, even the most mechanically minded among us sometimes struggles with written instructions for assembly. No matter how well written and illustrated instructions may be, it is just easier to learn how to install or adjust a car part by watching someone do it.
That's why we a building out a video learning library. Master Power Brakes offers you a number of videos to help demonstrate how easily our make, model, year optimized drum to disc brake conversion kits are to install.
Whether you’re looking to save some dough or craving the sense of accomplishment that comes with finishing the job yourself, some folks wonder if they have what it takes to install our brake kits. All of our front and rear brake disc brake conversion kits are bolt-on solutions—and we’ll gladly send a copy of the installation instructions to boost your confidence. That said, sometimes there is no substitute for watching one of our pros gets after a brake job. The latest installment in our Video Learning Series features installation of a Pro Driver Disc Brake Conversion Kit on a 72 Lemans with 17” wheels and a LS2 Engine Swap.
A Combination Valve, sometimes called a Proportioning Valve, is just what the name implies…a valve that does a combination of things. The valves used on front disc/rear drum systems and front and rear disc brake systems include a Proportioning Valve and a Brake Pressure Differential Switch while the disc/drum valves also contain a Metering Valve. If you have ever wondered what all of this stuff does, we have just the video for you....
Some customers ask for sneak previews of our installation manuals to size up the job before ordering a brake kit. We are glad to help out in these cases, but sometimes a video does the job better. If you are wondering just how easy installing our Pro Driver Series Kits really is, this video is for you.....
Every now and then, we like to do classic car and truck stories with an interesting human interest angle. This month’s article profiles Bob Sportel and his 1957 Chevy truck. 38 years ago, Bob ponied up 75 bucks for cheap transportation to get him back and forth to work. He never bought another work truck.
Bob’s truck has an estimated 300,000 miles on it—the odometer hasn’t worked in years—and there is no radio. Liberal use of Bondo has kept the headlights in place and the upholstery is patched with duct tape, but this half ton Chevy still runs like a champ.
At Master Power Brakes, we pride ourselves on make/model/year specific disc brake conversion kits that feature the ultimate in performance and good looks. With this said, the best performing, best looking brake kits on the market aren't worth much if they are a pain to install. This is why all of our brake kits are bolt-on solutions. The video below features one of our newest products--The Street Pack. This high performance brake upgrade kit is designed for our fans who want the same type of braking performance and appearance on their late model ride as their classic car. If you are on the fence over whether you can do your own install on your classic car or your late model daily driver, this video is for you....