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Specifically designed for serious track and street use!

I just got off the phone with a company that has helped me put together brakes for some of my other projects and it is turning out better than I imagined.

11.75" rotor with VERY low cost replacement rings with extensive race and street history
Aluminum hats of course
Calipers also with extensive race and street history with easy to find .060 thick pads
SS lines, mounting brackets, etc

Retail will be $750-800

They are starting the development, right now and it will not take that long


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A larger rear rotor and caliper relocation kit will be done as well as very very cost effective, 2 piece setup would have very expensive custom rotors and the rear brakes will be fine with just this change.

Retail around $250

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I am going to be a pioneer and do my best to stuff some 15x9, 13lb, wheels under the fenders and over the brakes


I have a fender roller and these fenders will take to rolling easily at least up front and there seems to be a bit more room in the rear but still can be rolled decently.

I just have to decide it to run 225/45/15 Hoosiers and run street wheels as well or run 225/45/15 BFG Rivals full time then just need some winter wheels and tires if ever needed.

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Good news for us that like to track and/or like to make our cars look cooler


Rick
 

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These are not just to look at, they are designed to handle racing, HPDE, TT, Solo and street.
But if we want to we can look at them right ?? lol j/k looking forward to seeing more of this
 

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Of course, I would not be truthful if I said I did not love to look at nice BBK's:)

I have had Brembo, Stoptech, several Wilwoods, AP, Rotora, XYZ and more and loved looking at them all but first and foremost was actual performance and the size needed to do the job and weigh the least possible.

Not yet sure how much weight it will save but my tire and wheel package will be around 33lbs so saving 8 or 9ibs there per corner and then the brakes savings, going to make a big difference. ....8.5" wide tread on the BFG Rival or 8.8" wide with the Hoosier R6 and another lb saved...sweet!
 
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