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Bendix Style Mopar 1966-1970 B Body Power Brake Booster Conversion Kit BCK8536-1 OEM Style for 1966-70 Charger, GTX, Road Runner, Satellite

$330.00
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BCK8536-1
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Product Description

New Reproduction Style Mopar Booster Conversion Kit

1966-1970 B Body Mopar Bendix Style Brake Booster Conversion Kit - Bendix type master cylinder for disc/drum and firewall plate/linkage.

Mopar used this type of booster on all of their car lines, except for the A-Body style cars. This booster as the most widely used and top option for both drum and disc brake applications. This kit replaces your booster unit with new parts and will fit Chargers, GTX, Satellites, Cornets, all other B-Body style vehicles made from 1966 to 1970.

This Kit includes:


  • Mopar Bendix Style 8" Dual Power Booster w/ Classic Trapezoid Nose!!!

 

  • Black Bendix Logo Style Master Cylinder with 1.125" bore & 9/16"-20 INV & 1/2"-20 INV WITH internal residual valves. Master Cylinder is brand new.

 

  • Firewall Backing Plate with Linkage

 

 

This Unit is designed to fit 1966-1970 Mopar B Bodies ONLY with disc front and drum rear brakes.

Brake Lines Exit On Drivers Left Hand Side.

 (THIS UNIT WILL NOT FIT CARS THAT HAVE 426 HEMI MOTORS)

Fitment Data

YearMakeModel
1966DodgeCoronet
1966PlymouthBelvedere
1967DodgeCoronet
1967PlymouthBelvedere
1967PlymouthGTX
1967PlymouthSatellite
1968DodgeCharger
1968DodgeCoronet
1968PlymouthBelvedere
1968PlymouthGTX
1968PlymouthRoadrunner
1968PlymouthSatellite
1969DodgeCharger
1969DodgeCoronet
1969PlymouthBelvedere
1969PlymouthGTX
1969PlymouthRoadrunner
1969PlymouthSatellite
1970DodgeCharger
1970DodgeCoronet
1970PlymouthBelvedere
1970PlymouthGTX
1970PlymouthRoadrunner
1970PlymouthSatellite

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  1. Best conversion for the money 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 16th 2019

    bought this kit to convert my 67 coronet to power brakes. I had previously converted the manual front drum brakes to manual front disc brakes. This is a nice and very complete power conversion kit but it would be helpful if instructions were included. The master cylinder can apparently be used for either manual or power brakes and comes with a gold extension piece and 2 bolts with a dust boot which can not be used with the vacuum booster so I'm not sure why they are included and with no instructions it just adds confusion. I had to elongate the upper holes in the firewall support bracket to match the existing holes in the firewall. I also had to enlarge the booster hole in the firewall to match the hole in the support plate to allow the booster to slide through the firewall. I used the support plate as a template and took a few minutes with a die grinder. I also had to turn the starter relay 180 degrees and reroute some wiring to allow room for the booster. The linkage to hook the booster to brake pedal fits well and my 67 had the holes already under the dash to bolt everything up including a set of lower holes to move the brake light switch so it contacts the new linkage. I believe 1967 and newer years should all have the existing holes from the factory to mount all the conversion parts. I'm not sure about 1966 models. I was able to use my existing brake lines also, just had to bend them forward a little. All in all a nice kit, close to factory appearance not like some of the kits that have the exposed linkage in the engine compartment. Pirate Jacks was far less expensive than other vendors selling this same kit.