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Old 03-29-2014, 04:45 PM   #36
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Did you get the rotors and bracket together as a kit from America muscle? I I can't find the bracket and slotted rotor as one kit on the website as you indicate. If so what is the kit part number. They look great and that is what I have been looking for.
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Here you go man.

http://m.americanmuscle.com/ford-rot...de-0511v6.html

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Btw the read brakes a a gt are the same as a v6 even the brackets an calipers
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I seen that one but was looking for the slotted rotors with bracket. I can't find both together. Looks like you bought the kit and then bought a set of different rotors. Was wanting to avoid the double cost and having a set of extra rotors. Thanks for the pictures. If anyone know where I can find as a kit the slotted rotors and caliper bracket that would be great.
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brackets are cardone 141091 from rock auto. Get 2 cuz they come in box of one lol

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brackets are cardone 141091 from rock auto. Get 2 cuz they come in box of one lol

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Yeah I learned that the hard way...so be sure to order two even though the product appears to have two in the box...until you open it.
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Old 03-29-2014, 11:27 PM   #42
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Great thanks! Do you know of anyone selling the front rotor bracket for a 2011 GT? I was thinking about going with the larger new GT rotors but can not find the brackets.
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Old 04-03-2014, 11:41 PM   #43
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I just bought the 2011 GT front caliper brackets from Roush Takeoff comes with RH and LH calipers and brackets. I will be ordering the 2014 Power Stop Rotor kits front and back for the 2011 GT and I will be putting them on my 2005 V6 stang. Hope to have all done in a couple of weeks. (weekend only)
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Ok it's been awhile since I had an update but here it is. I finally got the 2011-2014 GT Non-Brembo rotors. I picked up the power stop slotted and drilled rotor kit. I will be putting them on a 2005 V6 . I originally bought them from a sister company of JCWhitney because of the price $325.00 then I got hit for tax and shipping = $370.00 a week went by and no email from them so I called. They then informed me they were out of stock and would refund my money. Finally a week later got the refund. So I started my search again and found the same at Stage 3 for 359.00 including tax and shipping. I ordered them and just received them.

Last week I did a test fit on the 2011-2014 front caliper bracket that I had to order to make the new rotors fit. From (Roush takeoff) $80.00. LH and RH. They went on without any issues. I wanted to make sure they would fit with my 18 bullitt wheels and they do. I also wanted to see if my older MGP caliper covers would fit and they do but only gives me about 1/8 gap from diameter. They also had to use the 5/16 spacer that I used on my older rotor.

So this weekend I will be putting all of this together. I will make a video of this for those that want to upgrade your v6 rotors to the new and improved 2011 GT rotors.. Thanks you all for the information on what I needed to order.
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