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Brake Booster/ Master Cylinder Mount Kits

SKU 24806
$157.50
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Booster Bracket & Pedal Kit to mount under the floor. This kit is simple to trim to fit many under floor applications. The bracket mounts either a 7″ (single or dual diaphragm) or 8″ dual power booster. As supplied, the center of the booster will be 4-1/4″ off of the boxing plate. The bracket also has holes for a GM or Ford manual master cylinder if the booster is not being used. (In this case one of the 5.75:1 pedals should be used.) The pedal is offset for right foot braking and a stainless, adjustable pedal pad mount is included.

The brake pedal mounts to the bracket in double shear for extra strength. This type of pedal mount lets you drop the pedal down instead of sliding it off of a pin so the hole in the floor can be smaller. A 3/8″ female rod end is included in the parts list. The bracket will mount Ford or GM manual master cylinders and either 7″ (single or dual) or 8″ dual boosters. Booster mounting holes are 3-3/8″ x 3-3/8″. This will fit the common street rod power boosters.

The bracket is made from 3/16" mild steel, and the pedal is made from 3/8" mild steel. Pedal bushing is 1-3/8" wide with a 3/8" ID hole.

Clutch pedal add-on: A third gusset is added to support the clutch pedal in double shear. The pedals are supplied with no offset so they can be bent to clear the steering column. Pedal pad mounts are included. Clutch linkage must be fabricated.

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15 Replies to “Web Store”

  1. Can I use Duralast Wires? I just bought some not to long ago, and I was wondering if I could just switch out the terminal ends and use those.

  2. im very interested in purchasing this upgrade,
    I have a very bad issue with my VR6, it turns over run for like a minute idling extremely rough and then shut down, I can maintain it on by playing with the gas pedal,
    anyways researching came across a lot of the same issues with people, not as bad as mine but the same, and in these case people do suggest coil pack failure, and then I see a best solution is this MSD upgrade.

    any suggestions.

    1. I can’t guarantee that this upgrade will solve your issue, but it will help it to run better once any other issues are addressed. Have you inspected the coil pack for cracks?
      Thanks for writing.
      DW

      1. Thanks for the reply, I actually need to do too end rebuild the previous owner ran it hot for a while and I think he warped the head so im going take care of that first but I will be done that upgrade regardless I’ve heard excellent things.

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