Tech Talk with Master Power Brakes

Legend Series Disc Brake Conversion Kit For Ford Mustangs

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on May 1, 2018 10:46:01 AM

In 1964, the Ford Motor Company introduced arguably one of the most popular cars ever in the Ford Mustang. Over the years, these cars have been everything from a simple cruiser to a full-on race car. They are timeless and seem to fit everyone’s requirements for what a cool car should be. While they may look good and are loved because of that, they suffer from the same thing that many cars suffered from back then and that was what we know of today as quality disc brakes. There were some exceptions to the rule during this time but for the most part, the vast majority of the Mustangs produced up through 1973 came as a drum brake equipped vehicle. 

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Topics: Shop News (Product Info)

The Silent Drive Vacuum Pump

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Apr 2, 2018 5:57:00 AM

Big cams can wreak havoc in a vehicle with a power brake booster. The bigger the cam, the lower the vacuum number. Inherently, the lower the vacuum number the harder the brake pedal is to press. This doesn’t have to be the case. With our Silent Drive Vacuum Pump, you can remove the engine from the equation and use our stand alone pump to provide the vacuum necessary to properly run a vacuum brake booster. The drawback to a vacuum pump has always been the noise. With the use of our OEM quality rotary style motor, noise is a thing of the past.

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Topics: Shop News (Product Info), Video Guide

Explaining a Bellcrank Assembly

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Mar 30, 2018 10:15:51 AM

What is a Bellcrank Assembly?

How a power brake conversion mounts to the firewall can be more than what you might think. We recently had a customer that wanted to mount his booster directly to the firewall and didn’t understand why he couldn’t do that and why the bracket assembly we use is necessary. We take it for granted but in thinking further about it, we thought we might need to explain. On a lot of our applications, we use a bracket assembly between the booster and the firewall that we commonly refer to as a bellcrank assembly. At first glance, it looks like a simple method of locating the booster on the firewall however there is much more to it than that.

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Topics: How To Series, Video Guide

Car Shows: Visit with Master Power at the Spring Charlotte AutoFair April 5th-8th, 2018

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Mar 13, 2018 9:58:31 AM

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.

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Topics: News

Updated Ford and Chevrolet Truck Rear Disc Brake Conversion Kits

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Feb 26, 2018 2:20:00 PM

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!

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Topics: Shop News (Product Info)

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