GM Car, Disc Front & Disc Rear
Please note: This Conversion Kit is designed for disc/drum and drum/drum applications. If you are using this kit on a drum/drum application a metering valve is required. We recommend these metering valves: disc/drum 555-631302 and adjustable valve for drum/drum 555-631452
- Bolt-on system to convert standard non-power brakes to power brakes
- GM Factory O.E. (Original Equipment) Style Master Cylinder and Power Booster
- Delco Moraine Stamp on Power Booster
Improve Your Stopping Distance with a Power Brake Conversion Kit
JEGS power brake conversion kits transform your manual brake system into an improved power-assisted unit. JEGS Power brake units provide better stopping distance and improved vehicle safety. These units are easy to install and include a master cylinder, power brake booster, mounting brackets, and components. They are available in OE styles with a cast iron master cylinder and zinc power booster, stylish black and chrome finishes with an aluminum master cylinder, and several power booster choices for your specific application. JEGS has the right selection for your brake improvement needs.
does this work for Disc/disc or do i need a Proportioning valve as well ?
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