Tech Talk with Master Power Brakes

Are You Ready to Upgrade to a Power Brake Booster?

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Nov 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Power brakes are on absolutely everything these days, but it was not always that way. Many cars from the 70s and before only came with manual braking systems that left all the work to the driver.

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Topics: How To Series, Tips and Info, Brake Boosters

Steps to Properly Installing a Power Brake Booster

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Nov 15, 2019 5:30:00 PM

If you want your classic car to perform at its best, the manual brakes have got to go. By upgrading to a power braking system, you can maximize the vehicle’s stopping power while greatly improving your comfort. Although some might leave this job to the professionals, installation is a cinch when using quality parts. Follow the steps below to equip your vehicle with all the right components and start enjoying the benefits today.

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Topics: How To Series, Tips and Info, Brake Boosters

Selecting the Right Booster/Master Cylinder Combo For Your Classic Car

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Jun 28, 2019 2:31:11 PM

If you are looking to convert your current manual brakes to a power system, you are probably wondering which Master Power Brakes Booster/Master Power Conversion system to choose. 

Some applications are pretty straight forward as there is only one option, but we see plenty of situations where two, three or even four different options can work.  So which one should you choose?

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Topics: How To Series, Shop News (Product Info), Converting Power Assisted Brakes

How To: Video Demonstration of a Rear Drum to Disc Brake Conversion

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Apr 29, 2019 5:07:54 PM

On every vehicle, you should find brakes on the both the front and rear axles. Early on, that consisted of drums on the front and drums on the rear. Over time, that changed to disc brakes on the front and some vehicles going to disc on the rear while others stayed with the drum brake option. The reasons for continuing with rear drums can be quite vast but usually involved an engineering reason over most of our heads or a cost reason at the OEM level. In our world, we can usually throw out the cost reason and look at it strictly from an engineering or performance level. Disc brakes are simply going to perform better on your classic car.

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Topics: How To Series, Disc Brake Conversion Kit

How to: Diagnosing a Soft Brake Pedal

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Feb 12, 2019 3:43:19 PM

The most common question that is asked of our Technical Representatives is why do I have a hard brake pedal. Right behind that in frequency is the direct opposite question of why do I have a soft brake pedal and what might be causing it. This question is usually a little easier to answer but the answers can often be forgotten and might need a little reminder.

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Topics: How To Series, Soft Brake Pedal

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