Detroit Speed

Detroit Speed Brake Booster & Master Cylinder Kit

1967-1972 GM C10

Part # 050110DS
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The Detroit Speed brake booster and master cylinder kit gives your brake system a late model performance pedal feel. This kit is a direct bolt-on and is designed to work with any stock or after-market brake system. The kit comes with the 9" diameter booster, master cylinder with reservoir, mounting brackets, and brake hardline fittings. Note: 10-12 in-Hg minimum vacuum requirement.


  • Brake Booster and Master Cylinder Kit for 1967-1972 C10 Trucks – Provides Late Model Performance Pedal Feel
  • Brake Booster Style and Size: Dual Diaphragm 9” Diameter with Black Finish
  • Master Cylinder Material: Aluminum with As-Cast Finish
  • Master Cylinder Bore Size: 1.0”
  • Hardline Fitting Size: M12 x 1.0 Inverted Flare Male – Use with 3/16” Hardlines - (2) Fittings Included
  • Minimum Engine Vacuum Requirements: 10-12 in-Hg
  • White Translucent Plastic Fluid Reservoir with Low Fluid Level Sensor (optional use) – for Easy Visual Fluid Level Inspection without Removing the Cap
  • Mounting Brackets, Fasteners, Fittings, and Clevis Included for Easy Bolt-In Installation
  • Works with Factory or Any After-Market Brake Systems
Adapter Size ( A )M12 x 1.0 I.F. Male
Brake Booster Diameter (in)9
Brand Detroit Speed
Emission Code6
Fittings IncludedYes
Master Cylinder Bore Size (in)1
Master Cylinder MaterialAluminum
Product TypeBrake Booster and Master Cylinder
Part Number050110DS

Vehicle emissions regulations are not applicable to this item.
10-12 in-Hg minimum vacuum requirement

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