Twice a year the automotive restoration world along with collector car enthusiasts from every corner make Concord, NC and in particular Charlotte Motor Speedway home for an extended weekend. People with every interest imaginable attend to see, buy and sell exceptional vehicles, restoration parts and supplies including many unique items found only at this event.
No matter what the business is, if you just sit around and don’t make any improvements, your products are going to fall behind and become irrelevant. We recently realized that we were falling into that situation with our Ford Truck and Chevrolet Truck Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kits. Not long ago, we had a situation come up that forced us to look at these kits and after a hard look, we determined it was time to make some changes. But we didn’t want to make changes just to be making changes. We wanted better and we wanted more!
A common problem and a question we answer more than we can remember is “Why does my pedal feel soft?” in my power brake system. One of the most overlooked things is probably the simplest fix.
Extending out of the booster is a pin. This pin simply extends into the piston in the back of the master cylinder. Have you ever set this distance? If you answered no, not only is this something you must do, it may be the reason for your soft pedal. Have we confused you? Take a look at the picture below and see if this helps.
Spring is just around the corner and that means getting your hot rod back out. Yeah, we know some of you live in a climate that you drive your classic 52 weeks out of the year. We’ll admit it, we are jealous. When bringing the car out of storage, there are some things that need to be checked and some maintenance that needs to be performed within the brake system.
Topics: Spring Preperation
Master Power Brakes is proud to announce that our products will be featured on the October 22, 2017 episode of Two Guys Garage on Velocity.