Project BeepBeep – A look at the Brakes

Bill takes a look at the heavy-duty brakes that came on the ’68 Road Runner.

Bill doesn’t like the stopping power that these give him and even though they are in good shape, he may still upgrade them.

 


 

Here are a couple close-ups of those heavy-duty brakes:

 

That’s some great information on brake conversion – for any muscle car.  Thanks Bill – Good Stuff!!!

 

Coming up – #ProjectBeepBeep’s first car show!!!

Thanks for reading.
Tim

Introducing #ProjectBeepBeep – Code H 1968 Road Runner

I’d like you to take a look at one of my constant readers classic muscle car. First let me say that Bill has been an a long quest to find a car to replace this car:   Back in the day. It was a long search with lots of phone calls with many …

Project BeepBeep – ’68 RoadRunner – Door Panel Tips

Ready for some more #ProjectBeepBeep?  Bill takes you through a few tips for restoring your B-Body door panels. Take a look:     Great stuff!!!  Thanks Bill!!! Have a few Mopar tips – Post them up or drop me a note @ agcarestoration@cox.net and we get you video/tip posted on the site. Thanks for reading Tim                 Introducing …

Project BeepBeep – ’68 Road Runner – Door Update and Power Steering

Welcome back to #ProjectBeepBeep.  Bill is going to stuff a lot into this post, including tools, fire suppression, update on his work with the doors and windows on the 1968 Road Runner and the swapping out the  half a century old power steering hose!!!    These pics show the location and how …
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3 Responses to Project BeepBeep – A look at the Brakes

  1. Tim Sweet says:

    From Reddit: /u/EC_CO

    another new option to consider retains the stock look and get close to disk performance http://www.musclecarbrakes.com/stage3.html

  2. Tim Sweet says:

    From Reddit: /u/g00f

    I just did the front disc swap on my mustang and have been very happy with the end result. The comment regarding adequate brake pressure is interesting, I just looked for a dual bowl that should provide adequate volume and a reasonable bore.

  3. Tim Sweet says:

    From Twitter: Mad Tiki Customs‏ @Madtikicustoms

    @AGCarRestore Depends on power & use of car. Disc/drum works fine with 300-400 HP. Again, depending on cars intended use.

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