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Sweet! i wonder how much it slowed down the stopping distance
 

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Nice. 4 pot?

Sweet! i wonder how much it slowed down the stopping distance
You can acheive the same stopping distance with aggresive pads and soft tires on stock calipers/rotors. Where larger rotors and calipers really shine is the ability to brake hard repeatedly and maintain the braking performance where the stock set up would fade.
 

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Yes they're 4 pot. I have the 17" Z06 wheels from OE wheels and they fit great. I had these put on with a full UMI suspension, it should all be done in the next few days.


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What pads do they come with? Hope they're better about brake dust than the pads GM uses in brembo calipers. If not, invest in some Armorall wheel protectant.
 

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They're Baers pads so I'm not sure how good they are yet. The good thing is the pads are 98-02 size so there's a lot of choice on replacement. My car is a 95 Z. This kit required 98-02 spindles


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I think you'll be happy with your purchase. I had used the Baer track plus (large two piston calipers) with 13.5" rotors and steel branded brake lines for years.

Here's a link of me stopping on them from 160 MPH to 40 MPH.
0 - 160 - 40

Your setup should be even better than that.

I recently upgraded to the Baer 6S calipers and they are simply insane. This year I should be able to get another did to show the difference between the two.
 
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