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Old 05-06-2011, 01:55 AM
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Big brake kits

Does anyone offer big brake kits for our tbs besides baer?
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Old 05-06-2011, 09:32 PM
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Stainless Steel Brake Lines SSBC has a set for us trailvoys Look at my gallery.
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Kinda sucks that the SSBC kit won't fit with stock SS wheels. My dream of having awesome stopping power has now been dashed. Do you know if it's close to fitting with the stock SS wheels? Would a spacer make enough clearance or is it a lost cause?


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Extreme 4-piston Disc to disc upgrade kit with 14 in. rotors. Bolts to stock spindles. Will Not fit SS wheels.
All hardware included.
Calipers come with Clear Anodizefinish. Optional polishing or powder-coating available.
Includes Extreme 4-Piston aluminum calipers.
Includes Turbo slotted rotors with Xtra Life plating.
Will not fit stock SS Wheels
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Kinda sucks that the SSBC kit won't fit with stock SS wheels. My dream of having awesome stopping power has now been dashed. Do you know if it's close to fitting with the stock SS wheels? Would a spacer make enough clearance or is it a lost cause?
Stocks no but with the 22 stocks yes.



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http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/perf...Big_Brake_Kits

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Good sweet f*ck! I thought fifteen hundred was lots...double that and then add some more. Uh, okay. Scratch that off the list. Maybe I'll get some drilled and slotted rotors and paint the calipers and call it done!

Buc, what kind of stopping gains have you noticed? With all the extra rolling weight with the dubs plus 2 I bet it helps and probably prolongs the life of the gear, but really...worth all the cake? Do you take it to the track? Or autocross?
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Good sweet f*ck!
You got that backwards T-Blaze, f**k is as sweet as good!

Lets just say these brakes are worth it. 10x better than the stock or with drilled rotors. Ive had my run ins with a lot of cars/trucks and trust me the braking power is ridiculus!
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