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Viper Nation - ezine
« on: October 11, 2015, 09:30:51 PM »

Tom's upgraded (larger pistons) rear calipers with Ceramic pads and Eradispeed lighweight drilled/slotted rotors.  Worth over $1500 plus shipping and taxes I don't need these anymore. 

To run 15" wheels I chopped up my spindle and installed a Wilwood racing brake kit.

Excellent condition I won't run a Gen 1/2 Viper with stock rear brakes since I was in a rains storm and nearly hit another Viper when he stepped on his brakes.  I stepped on my brakes and my fronts locked up and the back wheels didn't even slow down.  After nearly crashing into him I upgrade the rear brakes as soon as I buy one of these cars. These brakes work!  I think the rotors are 10# lighter for each wheel further increasing performance and handling because of the lesser unsprung weight.

These hp calipers come with the optional dress up plates ... 

$1099 including shipping to US or Canada.


* Tom's brake upgrade (1) (600x400).jpg (169.58 kB, 600x400 - viewed 87 times.)

* Tom's brake upgrade (2) (600x445).jpg (166.94 kB, 600x445 - viewed 84 times.)

* Tom's brake upgrade (3) (600x418).jpg (170.59 kB, 600x418 - viewed 88 times.)
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