I recently upgraded the brakes on my 1965 ford mustang. I replaced the original front frum brakes with disc brakes. I wanted to know if I would also need to change my master cylinder? Thanks.

Asked by Jul 24, 2015 at 08:09 PM about the 1965 Ford Mustang Standard Coupe

Question type: Car Customization

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yes- change everything- including brake lines- get it done RIGHT- you might be needin' good brakes-

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Combination valve/ rear metering valve as it applies would give the metered amount of pressure to the rears and divide the brake pipes giving them a place to attach. if you purchased an update, it should take this into consideration and provide the correct safe master and valve. You might have purchased the rotor/caliper portion, so far, but need the other parts.

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Having different parts that may be more effective, can affect the stopping and when correct, prevent unwanted lock-up, or sending the occupants toward the windshield on boost assisted braking can be averted.

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