Tech Talk with Master Power Brakes

Rear Brake Caliper Adjustment

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on May 21, 2015 9:34:47 AM

One of the most common calipers used in the aftermarket today in many companies disc brake conversion kits are the exact same General Motors based calipers we use in ours. It is a very good caliper that will work for many different applications.

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Topics: How To Series, rear brake, rear brake caliper adjustment, calipers

Single vs. Dual Reservoir Master Cylinders

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Apr 24, 2015 9:22:56 AM

When it comes to brakes, you need think of a complete system consisting of components working together to stop your vehicle.  As brake systems evolved from 4 wheel drum systems to rear drum/front disc combinations, the design of the various components making up the system changed in order to keep pace with the new technology.  One of the best examples of this is illustrated by the changes in master cylinder design.

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Topics: Tips and Info, rear brake, disc brake technology

Shop News: Brake System Upgrades for 1962 Impala

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Mar 31, 2014 8:51:32 AM

To kick off the launch of our newest disc brake conversion kits, the guys in the shop have been busy doing a special install on a gorgeous 1962 Impala. To provide the braking performance and style the owner desired, we installed our front Rallye Series along with our Pro Driver system for the rear brakes. All of this fit nicely within our customer’s existing 15” American Racing wheels. Curious why we chose a Pro Driver on the rear and the Rallye Series on the front?

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Topics: Shop News (Product Info), rear brake, front disc brake conversion, Brake System Upgrades

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