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Brake Pedal/ Master Cylinder Bracket Kit

SKU 202811
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Under the floor, compact master cylinder bracket mounts the brake pedal in double shear. Also available with a clutch pedal add-on.

The master cylinder mount is laser cut from 3/16" steel and formed with holes to mount either Ford or GM master cylinders. The 3/8" pedal mounts in double shear for strength and to make pedal removal easier – the pedal doesn’t have to slide off a pin. This, in turn, means a smaller hole in the floor. The standard pedal is offset, but boomerang-shaped arms with no offset and straight pedal arms can be substituted. The adjustable pedal mount parts are included. This kit was designed for 1932 Fords, but can be (and has been) used in many other frames. The center of the master cylinder is 4-1/4″ off of the frame rail so a master cylinder with either left hand or right hand ports can be used.

If you’re looking for a compact brake/ clutch pedal kit, it’s easy to add a second pedal to this bracket. If you choose this option, both pedals are supplied unbent. Clutch linkage must be fabricated. Brake and clutch pedal pad brackets are included with this option.

NOTE: Bracket is now supplied with a slot for the clutch linkage rod and an extra pedal slot to make adding a clutch pedal easier.

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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.

      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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