Speedway 1967-1970 Ford Mustang Booster Conv. Kit, Auto, Disc /Disc
67-70 Ford Mustang, Disc/Disc Brake System Type, Vacuum Diaphragm Single Brake Booster Type
- 9" Black Mustang booster w/ firewall plate
- 1-1/8" Bore master cylinder, 1/2-20" & 3/8-24" ports on left side only
- Built in residual valve for rear brakes
- Zinc-plated bottom mount bracket
- Mounting hardware included, for automatics only
This kit features the OEM 9" single brake booster with correct firewall plate sure to fit right in with no modifications. Adding power brakes to your pony will have you changing your pedal. We include a NEW power brake pedal and easy to follow instructions to follow along. Have power brakes installed in no time on your Pony and get the power you deserve!
1967-1970 Ford Mustang Booster Conversion Kit (Disc/Disc)
- 9" 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
- Power Brake Disc/Drum Brake Pedal w/ Pedal Pad
- For automatics only
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
Q & A
Tim talks about brake booster adjustment.
Learn how to assemble one of our bolt on nine-inch Ford disc brake kits in this step-by-step guide.
Follow along to see how a 1955 Chevy Bel Air is chosen for a Tri-5 restoration project. From a floral dash to a hole in the floor, there is some work to be done!
Power brake boosters offer lower pedal effort and better braking characteristics, but which one is right for your hot rod, muscle car, or truck? We take the guesswork out of that question with our latest buyer's guide.
Jeff converts his 1967 Chevelle manual brake system to power by installing a Delco booster kit. Learn how to make the master cylinder more resistant to brake fluid and a few tips for an easy install.
How to change brake pads, rotors and calipers using the Mustang II complete brake kit. Replace your drum brakes with disc brakes for performance and better braking ride. For use on Bobcat and Mustang II spindles.
Just about any classic vehicle’s drum brakes can be upgraded to the increased braking performance of a disc brake system. Our Buyer’s Guide provides an overview of disc brake benefits and what you need to succeed with your upgrade.