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Single diaphragm boosters are compact for installation under floor or on firewall of almost any vehicle. Booster measures only 7" in diameter. Zinc chromate finish. The single diaphragm is usually used on lighter vehicles. In the heavier applications of 3000-3500 pounds or more we normally use the dual diaphragm boosters. You will need full manifold vacuum available to the booster. Manufacturer requirements vary between 18 and 20 inches of vacuum. With radical cams there are many cases where there is a loss of the necessary vacuum and the only option is a 12 volt vacuum pump available from Speedway under part number 91028146. O.D. is 7" Length from mount surface to master cylinder mount surface is 3-5/8" (this does not include the shoulder that extends into the master cylinder) 3/8 x 24 thread pushrod that is 4" long from mount surface to end of the threads (pushrod nut included) 4 bolt mount pattern on 3-3/8" centers. Mount bolts are 5/16 x 20 and 7/8" long and nuts are included. Master cylinder mount studs are 3/8 x 18 and 1-1/16" long and 3-3/8" on center. Learn more about selecting the proper brake booster for your vehicle by reading our tech article.Brake System Selection.


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At Speedway Motors, we know how fast you chase your dreams. Whether you're under the hood or behind the wheel, we want to be partners in your passion.
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How we got our start?
Way before 2-day shipping. Before 300-page catalogs, speed shops and even before seat belts, a wild bunch of the mechanically-inclined needed to go faster. That’s why in 1952, “Speedy” Bill started Speedway Motors.
What makes our product unique?
If "Speedy" Bill couldn’t find the right high-quality parts, he would make them himself. Today, we stock and manufacture automotive parts so you can build what you want – high tech performance, circle track competition, historical accuracy, or a car that’s entirely your own.
Why we love what we do?
Our products are designed, built, and shipped by our very own racers, hot rodders, muscle car fans, and street rod enthusiasts. Speedway Motors is comprised of people, just like you, who love cars. Plain and simple.

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