ABS Power Brake High Power Electric Master Cylinder Kit - Frame Mount

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This Electric High Power Electric Brake System is designed to install easily, look great and perform even better. The master cylinder is designed to be a direct replacement for the factory master cylinder in nearly any application. It looks great mounted on the firewall of any street rod, classic, muscle car or hot rod. The system requires no engine vacuum. This means that engines with aggressive camshafts, superchargers and turbochargers can now have a power brake system that outperforms any on the market.

The system includes a compact electric power supply which is the source of the boost for the braking system. Measuring only 8" x 6" x 6" this unit can be hidden anywhere in the vehicle, in any orientation, just so long as it is below the brake fluid reservoir. It has two hydraulic connections, the gravity feed from the reservoir and the high pressure assist line that gets plumbed back to the port on the master cylinder with the accumulator inline. The integral pressure switch and relay come pre-wired, requiring only a ground, a battery connection and a keyed ignition connection. The whisper quiet power unit draws 14 amps at maximum pressure and is quieter than most aftermarket electric fuel pumps.

The system is designed with performance and safety in mind. The use of a 1 3/16" bore means we can provide enough fluid for even the most complex systems with multi-piston calipers, while still being able to create 1600-1800 psi brake line pressure during normal operation and over 2000 psi at maximum output. The boost circuit includes a hydraulic accumulator which works like a capacitor does in an electrical circuit. It stores up the pressure and allows for a very smooth actuation of the brakes. It also provides a reserve of pressure to assist the brakes in the event of a failure of the vehicle electrical system. You will have 10-15 full-assist stops before the pedal slowly starts to get harder as the pressure drops in the boost circuit. If you get to zero pressure on the boost circuit you will then have manual brakes.

You always have brakes.


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