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I just ordered the Baer Extreme-Plus 6S upgrade for the front and the Baer Eradispeed upgrade for the rear. The front comes with new 6 piston monoblock calipers, 15" drilled/slotted rotors, hardware, etc. The rear comes with 14" rotors, relocation brackets for stock calipers, hardware, etc. I think it will look pretty sweet. I can't wait to get it all in and install it!!!! I will post some pictures after the install. Here's a link for the front and rear setup that I ordered...

 

Front: http://www.lethalperformance.com/2010-shel...-system-p-26928

 

Rear: http://www.lethalperformance.com/2010-shel...it-rear-p-26927

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Dayum! Those things are SWEET!! :drool::drool::drool:

 

I want those as one of my last mods. There's nothing worse than large wheels with puny discs. This setup solves that problem for sure!

hey, do they make rotor to fit fit the front without buying the complete front kit, that match the rear baer rotors , and do they fit factory brembro calipers

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hey, do they make rotor to fit fit the front without buying the complete front kit, that match the rear baer rotors , and do they fit factory brembro calipers

 

At this time Baer does not offer an Eradispeed rotor replacement for the stock front brakes that matches Baers rear setup.

 

As soon as they release something we'll be sure to let you guys know.

 

Jared

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I just ordered the Baer Extreme-Plus 6S upgrade for the front and the Baer Eradispeed upgrade for the rear. The front comes with new 6 piston monoblock calipers, 15" drilled/slotted rotors, hardware, etc. The rear comes with 14" rotors, relocation brackets for stock calipers, hardware, etc. I think it will look pretty sweet. I can't wait to get it all in and install it!!!! I will post some pictures after the install. Here's a link for the front and rear setup that I ordered...

 

Front: http://www.lethalperformance.com/2010-shel...-system-p-26928

 

Rear: http://www.lethalperformance.com/2010-shel...it-rear-p-26927

 

 

I'm jealous! That's some fine brake stuff you got on the way.

 

Thanks a bunch for all your support! Talk to you soon.

 

Jared

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Yeah, I was looking to do the same thing...just replace the front rotor to match the rear rotor upgrade, but (as Jared said) they don't make it just yet. So, I went with the entire front brake upgrade. I'm sure it's gonna look badass, so I will post some pics as soon as I get the brakes installed and the new Alcoa SS wheels!!!! I can't wait!!!! Which is just another example of my lack of patience...which is why I end up getting stuff too quickly and then just changing my mind...which ends up costing me money...which is why I'm stupid... :banghead:

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What is the reasoning that the rear brakes would not work with your Ruff racing wheels?

It's not the rear that I'm concerned about, it's the front. Right now, there's about 2 mm of clearance between the outside of the brake caliper (front) and the wheel. When I put on the Baer brakes, the new caliper is bigger than the stock Brembo, so there is not enough clearance with Ruff wheels. If anyone is interested in buying my wheels and tires, they work perfectly with the stock brakes. There are no issues at all. I just need the Alcoa SS wheels now that I'm upgrading the brakes. As far as the rear, there are no issues at all with any of the wheels...Ruff, Alcoas, stockers, etc. Plenty of clearance.

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