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Old 09-11-2013, 07:55 AM   #1
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Any last options "Brakes"

Not looking to spend more than 1500 bucks on Front breaks. Is their any other breaks that i might not know about under my budget?

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Old 09-11-2013, 08:23 AM   #2
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I would go with the first one. Stop tech
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Not looking to spend more than 1500 bucks on Front breaks. Is their any other breaks that i might not know about under my budget?
Hey Ozzy, I went with StopTech's ST40 on front. 4 piston calipers and 1 piece 14" slotted rotors. I'm extremely satisfied with them.

Talk to Jason at hypermotiveperformance.com
he'll take care of you. I would put him on par with AM for quality and service.

On the rear I put 1 piece 12" slotted rotors, caliper covers from autoanything. Hawk pads and ss brake lines from AM. After I ordered the rotors I found out I could've ordered them from Jason.
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I would go with the first one. Stop tech
+1 that is the same kit Roush sells for considerably more (stop tech makes it for them).

And if you can get that pictured kit for $1500. That's a good deal. That pic is the 4 piston 2 piece rotor. Usually that price range is a 1 piece rotor.

I have the same kit but with 1 piece rotors.
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Not looking to spend more than 1500 bucks on Front breaks. Is their any other breaks that i might not know about under my budget?

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I know it is a little over your budget...But look at what you get. You can always upgrade rotors later.Ford Racing Brembo 6-Piston Mustang Brake Upgrade Kit - 15in Rotor (05-14 GT, Bullitt, Boss, GT500) M-2300-T

However, I too am considering the Stoptech...They make a great product for the price.
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Hey Ozzy, I went with StopTech's ST40 on front. 4 piston calipers and 1 piece 14" slotted rotors. I'm extremely satisfied with them.

Talk to Jason at hypermotiveperformance.com
he'll take care of you. I would put him on par with AM for quality and service.

On the rear I put 1 piece 12" slotted rotors, caliper covers from autoanything. Hawk pads and ss brake lines from AM. After I ordered the rotors I found out I could've ordered them from Jason.
I am thanks! Will the 12 inch rotors fit with 15x10 rims?

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I know it is a little over your budget...But look at what you get. You can always upgrade rotors later.Ford Racing Brembo 6-Piston Mustang Brake Upgrade Kit - 15in Rotor (05-14 GT, Bullitt, Boss, GT500) M-2300-T

However, I too am considering the Stoptech...They make a great product for the price.
Just found out they wont fit my sve drags
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I am thanks! Will the 12 inch rotors fit with 15x10 rims?

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Just found out they wont fit my sve drags
I'm no expert, but I believe all mustangs come with 12" rotors on rear. Also remember you won't be replacing the stock calipers unless you want to go with multipiston calipers which would run you at least another 1300 maracas.

Everything I've read, says the rear calipers are great on these cars.
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I'm no expert, but I believe all mustangs come with 12" rotors on rear. Also remember you won't be replacing the stock calipers unless you want to go with multipiston calipers which would run you at least another 1300 maracas.

Everything I've read, says the rear calipers are great on these cars.
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+1 that is the same kit Roush sells for considerably more (stop tech makes it for them).

And if you can get that pictured kit for $1500. That's a good deal. That pic is the 4 piston 2 piece rotor. Usually that price range is a 1 piece rotor.

I have the same kit but with 1 piece rotors.
I thought that's the one you had. You have the rears to correct?
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I thought that's the one you had. You have the rears to correct?
Stop tech / Roush 14" 4 piston 1 piece fronts.

Steeda / DBA 13" upgrade rear with hawk HPS.
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Ebay has gt500 brakes for good deals like 699 shipped
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