Well got the brakes on ....

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Got the on now I gotta break them in....400-500 miles then a day of heat cycling yikes ::) I wanna get on these things and see what they can do...but guess it'll have to wait.Got a few before and afters for you guys,the rears were a little bit of a pain in the ass with the 10.5's but they are on none-the-less.
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Hopefully these wont kill the page,if not maybe someone can help resize and I will add a couple of them inside the wheels. :banana:
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Re: Well the brakes brakes on ....

wow nice upgrade. I need to do that asap but I need to get a different color for the calipers cause the red will make my stang too christmassy lol
 

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those are hot man...i bet u can stop on a time with those things
 

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O0 O0 O0 those look sweeeet man!!! awesome job! those things fit in there prettty tight it looks like lol.
 

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Very nice upgrade.
Looks great too. I sure like mine.

Nice work :thumb:
 

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Sweet Upgrade! Im thinking that'll be me next mod! Care you share where and how much you paid for them?
 

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Very nice, great to see a before and after shot. :)
 

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www.musclemotors.com All the font selections are there,they are priced according to what you want,the rears aren't shown yet,but they do have them,they're $299 for rotors/relo-brackets/hardware.
 

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pretty sweet there I didn't see them in slotted and crossdrilled
 

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looks sick man, this reminds me of the commercial where the husband and wife buy a new TV and the wife says 'hunny, theres a gap still, we need a bigger TV' they buy 2 new TVs, the last scene is the husband staring at a teeny gap..enough of my :lame: stories..you still got room..mo' bigger brakes, jk. the break-in period would KILL me
 

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awesome! looks really good. i would love to do that, but they are pretty expensive..looks sweet though, nice job.
 

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Those look very nice and I hope you enjoy them. Personally, I like the powdercoated versions from www.discbrakesrus.com. They are very easy to clean and no worries about the paint stripping off or getting all beaten up.

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My fronts are powdercoated,my rears I did myself since the Cobras and Gt's use the same calipers.I just went and bought 2 new calipers and brackets and cleaned them,then painted them with Duplicolor ceramic caliper paint good to 1200 degrees.I refused to pay $300 for a set of stock calipers just because they were already red with no lettering.If I gotta repaint them every couple of years,that's cool.I used the extra $$ I saved to buy some MM full length sub-frame connectors. :pimp2:
 

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