Tech Talk with Master Power Brakes

What Are the Differences Between Our Front Disc Brake Conversion Kit Options?

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Nov 6, 2019 10:17:00 AM

Everyone likes options. Whether that be an option of a different color, a different size or a different price, options are a good thing. However, if you don’t understand the difference between the options you’re given, it can be a daunting task to pick which is best for you.

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Topics: front disc brake conversion, Upgrade

Pro-Driver Complete Brake System Video

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Mar 30, 2017 10:43:27 AM

Thinking about upgrading your car’s braking system?  Check out MPB’s Pro-Driver video. This one-and-a half minute video gives you the complete back story on what makes Master Power Brakes’ Pro-Driver Series the ultimate stopping tool for your vehicle with 17” or larger wheels.

The video uses a cut-away wheel to let you clearly see how the calipers look mounted and all the advantages in upgrading your brake system to our Pro-Driver Series brake system!

Our Pro-Driver Series is specifically designed for the customer who wants the ultimate braking inside their 17" or larger wheels using American-Made components and a system that comes with bolt-on simplicity.  All of this is available for the most common GM, Ford and Mopar applications including some GM trucks.

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Topics: Shop News (Product Info), Video Guide, Brake Pads, Brake System Upgrades, Upgrade

Upgrading Your Brakes? S. Kellie Colf Helps You Match the Right System Components to the Job

Posted by Master Power Brakes Team on Sep 9, 2013 10:28:51 AM

S. Kelli Kolf’s “ Stop It:  Information You Need to Know About Automotive Braking Systems”, which appears in September’s issue of Hot Rod and Restoration is an excellent go-to source for diagnosing common brake problems and making effective upgrades. Whether you are a garage rat with years of brake repair and upgrade experience or you are working up the courage to take a first shot at your classic’s brakes, you should check out this article. In case you are looking for a sneak preview, we’ll use this post to cover some of the most important information found in the article below.

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Topics: Tips and Info, Upgrade

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