Speedway 1964-1966 Ford Mustang Booster Conv. Kit (Disc/ Drum)
64-66 Ford Mustang, Disc/Drum Brake System Type, Vacuum Diaphragm Single Brake Booster Type
- Will fit '64-'66 Mustangs
- 7" brake booster diameter
- Reservoir included
- All necessary hardware included in the kit
- 1-1/8" bore master cylinder
This is one of our best selling power brake units for your early Mustang. Want to add power brakes but fear it will hit the shock towers? Not this unit! Sure to slip right in and clear under the hood and get the stopping power you deserve. Retain the OEM look and add power brakes to your Mustang today!
1964-1966 Ford Mustang Booster Conversion Kit (Disc/ Drum)
Conversion Kit Includes
- 7 " Single Black Mustang Booster w/ Firewall Plate
- 1-1/8" Bore Master Cylinder
- 2227161 Casting Number with Teardrop" Markings
- 1/2-20" & 3/8-24" Ports on left Side only
- Bottom Mount Universal Disc Drum Proportioning Valve Kit
- Includes Pre-bent Lines to Master Cylinder
- Built in Residual Valve for Rear Brakes
- Zinc Bottom Mount Bracket
- Mounting Hardware
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