Early Ford Self-Energizing Hydraulic Brakes
Speedway Motors now offers a traditional-looking upgrade to those ancient drum brakes on your early Ford hot rod.
Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder Kit for 1954-1956 Ford Cars
Speedway Motors has the perfect addition to the front disc brake upgrade in your '54-'56 Ford car. This dual reservoir master cylinder kit will add a measure of safety to your classic Ford.
How to Bleed Brakes by Yourself (6 Methods)
A properly bled brake system ensures optimal braking; here’s how to do it right the first time all by yourself
Independent Front Suspension System Upgrade Choices
Upgrading to (or updating a poorly designed) independent front suspension, or IFS, will vastly improve your classic muscle car, hot rod, or pickup truck’s braking and handling
How to Lower C10 Front Suspension with Drop Springs and Spindles
Watch as we install a front suspension lowering kit on our 1968 Chevy C10. Upgrades include disc brakes with a 5 on 5” bolt circle as well as 2” drop springs and 2 ½” drop spindles.
How to Convert Rear Drum Brakes to Disc Brakes (Install & Adjustment)
In this video, we walk through the process of installing a rear disc brake conversion kit that uses a weld-on caliper bracket.
Ford And Chevy Spindle Options For Solid Axle Hot Rods
Dive into some of the history and unique differences between Ford and Chevy spindles for solid front axles and what will perform best on your hot rod.
Brake Pad Identification and Friction Surface Options Explained
We offer a guide to follow when selecting a new set of brake pads for your race or street car. It's important to know the friction quality and pad size before selecting a new set of disc brake pads.
Bench Bleed Master Cylinder - How To Guide
by Jason Lubken
Learn how to bench bleed a new master cylinder properly to prevent on-car brake system bleeding issues. Removing the air before installation is critical and this video tutorial will walk you through the process.
Ford 9-Inch Housing Identification and Axle Measurement
Need help with rear end identification for your muscle car or hot rod? Learn how to identify 9-inch Ford housings and how to measure your axles with our diagrams.