If you’re the lucky owner of a 1953-1962 Corvette, outfitting your vehicle with a power brake system comes with some size and fit challenges. We’re always trying to improve our designs here at MP Brakes. We’ve made some changes to our Corvette booster kit that will allow for a more pleasing look, better performance, and improved durability. See what we’ve done and how these new options might work for your setup.
How and Why You Should Winterize Your Classic Car (with a Checklist)
The cold months are quickly coming upon us and that means a shift in how we drive and care for our classic vehicles. Cold temperatures and precipitation can cause parts to break down or stop working correctly. Winter car prep and preventative maintenance steps help preserve the life of your vehicle and ensure the safety of you and your passengers.
You may have been toying with the idea of updating your classic car for quite a while. After all, it’s not an easy decision. You want to make sure you honor the authenticity of the vehicle. At the same time, you’d like to make some vehicle modifications that enhance your driving experience and make it safer for your passengers and other drivers. Here’s an overview of the pros and cons of taking on a classic car restoration project.
We recently took a look at a Power Disc Brake Conversion Kit that was brought to us by a local customer and friend of Master Power Brakes. He was doing an install for a customer and the customer had brought parts to complete the installation. If you missed the comparison on the Power Booster Conversion System and would like to take a look before going any further, click here.
You May Have Wondered, “Why is your kit a higher price than your competitors?
They sure look the same in pictures.” It’s a fair question and one that we usually respond with, “They do look similar, but it’s the things you can’t see that makes the difference in price.” While we know exactly what that means, it's a vague answer and doesn't tell the entire story.