Speedway Dual Diaphragm Power Brake Booster, 7 Inch, Chromate Finish
Universal Fit, 5.25" Overall Thickness, 7" Outside Diameter, 3.38" x 3.38" Bolt Hole Pattern
- Compact for installation under floor or on firewall of almost any vehicle
- New dual diaphragm booster measures 7" in diameter and provides additional stopping power compared to single diaphragm designs
- Booster has four bolts on 3 3/8" centers which fits a variety of mounting brackets and pedal assemblies
- The length 4 bolt mounting face to master cylinder mount face is 5-1/4"
- Zinc plated for corrosion resistance
Compact, 7" diameter for installation under floor or on firewall of almost any vehicle. Has a zinc chromate finish.
Booster Tech Tip (GIF)
Learn more about selecting the proper brake booster for your vehicle by reading our tech article. Brake System Selection.
- Pushrod is 4" long from firewall mount face to end of pushrod.
- Brake System Builder's Tip (Link)
Length from mount face to M.C. mount face is 5-1/4". Pushrod extends 4" from mount face and has 3/8"-24 threads. Mount bolts are 5/16"-20 x 7/8".
Installation Note: Before installing the master cylinder onto the booster, you may need to make an adjustment. The pushrod on the brake booster should protrude 1/16" from the face of the booster to insure proper engagement with the master cylinder.
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