ALPINE HydroBoost Power Brake System, 66-77 Bronco

Item #: 3000NET

Our newest hydroboost power brake system available for 66-77 Broncos features a HD aluminum master cylinder .






Our Price:

ALPINE HydroBoost Power Brake System, 66-77 Bronco
Item #: 3000NET

California Residents: Proposition 65 Warning


WILD HORSES new ALPINE Hydroboost power brake system has all the features of the MOAB system with a classic look. Ease of install is designed into this system. It can be used as a stand alone kit or in conjunction with any of the front and rear drum or disc brake options we offer. Precision components make up the ALPINE starting with the billet firewall mounting bracket set (zero fender modifications required) then a brand new booster. Next we attach a new heavy duty aluminum 1 1/8" bore master cylinder. Stainless steel hard lines and a prop valve drop bracket tie the adjustable proportioning valve into the side of the master cylinder. From there we use stainless steel braided precision made flexible hoses which go into our custom stainless steel frame bracket. The frame bracket holds the flexible hoses in the perfect location to allow installation into the existing stock hard lines on the frame with no adapters.

Choose 66 ONLY, 67-75 or 76-77Bronco
If you have a 1966 Bronco with the original single reservoir master cylinder or the 1976-1977 you will need some additional parts. Be sure to choose the correct year for your application.

Alpine Aluminum Heavy Duty master cylinder
1 1/8" bore

New (not rebuilt) Hydroboost unit
Adjustable proportioning valve
Easy accessibility with infinite adjustment so you can dial in the perfect brake

Stainless steel braided flex hoses
Custom high tech flexible hoses provide ease of installation with zero adapters

Zero fender modifications required

More info.
  • Our system will not clear 5.0 or 5.8 EFI with the air cleaner and throttle body mounted on the driver's side.
    See the "Before and After" note the modified section. A template for the modification is included. Also note that the picture above is the finished result.