The Parts List
Here's a quick rundown of the parts (from mpbrakes.com) we chose to install on the '65 Biscayne. The install took about a weekend to complete, except for the time needed to have the stock rear outer axle flanges turned down to 5 7/8-inch o.d. to clear the inside of the GM rear brake rotors.
PNDescriptionApplicationPrice
DB1722PFront Power Disc Brake Kit '65-68$899
DB1791BR Rear Disc KitAll$695

Tech Tip
If you are using Cadillac Eldorado-style rear calipers (as we did), there are some important things you should know. These rear calipers adjust off the parking brake, which is incorporated into the caliper. You must set the parking brake every time you park the car so that you utilize a one-way clutch inside the caliper piston. When the parking brake is applied, the clutch senses when there is a 0.030-inch or greater clearance between the friction material and the rotor on the inboard side. When there is in excess of 0.030 inch, the clutch turns inside the piston, adjusting it out, keeping the rear brakes adjusted. If you do not set your parking brake every time, you will start to lose brake pedal (low and spongy) and the adjuster mechanism will not work.

SOURCE
Master Power Brakes
254-1 Rolling Hills Rd.
Mooresville
NC  28117
704-664-8866
www.mpbrakes.com