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Old 02-03-2010, 02:12 PM   #43
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So in planning this upgrade I've considered ordering the OE Brembo Calipers new - here's the list of parts I think I need and would appreciate some help confirming I'm not missing anything:

92233189 Driver side front disc brake caliper, without pads, bracket, pins and clips.
92233188 Passenger side front disc brake caliper, without pads, bracket, pins and clips.
92233177 Driver side rear disc brake caliper, without pads and*bracket.
92233176 Passenger side rear disc brake caliper, without pads and bracket.
89047711 Front disc brake pad pin kit; includes 2 pins and one retainer.* 2 kits per vehicle - Charlie at Stillen indicated the pads don't come with the pins or retainer.
89047728 Rear disc brake pad pin kit; includes 2 pins and one retainer.* 2 kits per vehicle. - Charlie at Stillen indicated the pads don't come with the pins or retainer.
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Stillen Slotted/drilled Rotors - front & rear - direct from Stillen
Goodridge G-Stop Braklines - ordered via Stillen
Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads - Front & rear - ordered via Stillen

Anything I'm missing? I'm having ECS here in NJ do the install so I don't want to have them tell me I'm missing any parts required. Thanks...
Looks like everything you listed is all you need they can use the factory bolts you should be good to go. When they go to install the rear rotors they will need to trim the backing plate (to replace it is a PITA).

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Old 02-03-2010, 04:37 PM   #44
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So in planning this upgrade I've considered ordering the OE Brembo Calipers new - here's the list of parts I think I need and would appreciate some help confirming I'm not missing anything:

92233189 Driver side front disc brake caliper, without pads, bracket, pins and clips.
92233188 Passenger side front disc brake caliper, without pads, bracket, pins and clips.
92233177 Driver side rear disc brake caliper, without pads and*bracket.
92233176 Passenger side rear disc brake caliper, without pads and bracket.
89047711 Front disc brake pad pin kit; includes 2 pins and one retainer.* 2 kits per vehicle - Charlie at Stillen indicated the pads don't come with the pins or retainer.
89047728 Rear disc brake pad pin kit; includes 2 pins and one retainer.* 2 kits per vehicle. - Charlie at Stillen indicated the pads don't come with the pins or retainer.
Plus
Stillen Slotted/drilled Rotors - front & rear - direct from Stillen
Goodridge G-Stop Braklines - ordered via Stillen
Hawk Performance Ceramic Pads - Front & rear - ordered via Stillen

Anything I'm missing? I'm having ECS here in NJ do the install so I don't want to have them tell me I'm missing any parts required. Thanks...
How much are you being charged for all of these parts? Is is more than Fesler, if so what are you getting in the transaction that is not offered by Fesler?

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Old 02-03-2010, 05:20 PM   #45
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I ordered the rotors, calipers, lines and pads from fesler for $500 plus shipping. Had everything installed yesterday and the mechanic told me everything looked brand new. They were used but probably less than 100 miles according to him. I think tally for all the items above is going to be quite a bit higher. Good luck getting a hold of the goodridge brake lines, I waited a month, they are still at least 3 weeks out, so i gave up and cancelled the order. Did the install with the original v8 lines and I am loving the difference.
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Old 02-03-2010, 06:04 PM   #46
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I ordered the rotors, calipers, lines and pads from fesler for $500 plus shipping. Had everything installed yesterday and the mechanic told me everything looked brand new. They were used but probably less than 100 miles according to him. I think tally for all the items above is going to be quite a bit higher. Good luck getting a hold of the goodridge brake lines, I waited a month, they are still at least 3 weeks out, so i gave up and cancelled the order. Did the install with the original v8 lines and I am loving the difference.
Thanks for the info. I am on a waiting list at Fesler for the Brembos. I don't know how long it will take to be able to get the parts. I am just looking at other options until i hear from Fesler.

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Old 02-03-2010, 06:38 PM   #47
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does ne one know if the brembo brake set will fit regular Camaro 2LT without the RS package 19in wheels
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Old 02-03-2010, 06:40 PM   #48
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Its been a long time since I have posted but this is something I cannot pass up as I believe it is a good mod to do.

I couldn't get through to Chris at Fessler either, which in turn worked out better I believe. As I found http://www.thepowdercoater.com Talk with Mike he is one of the best guys to do business with very prompt with his emails as well. Anyway he gave me a good deal and he picked up all four brakes for me already. Plus he has a massive selection of powder coating colors including RJT aka Montery Red for you Corvette guys. For those who plan on doing this mod and going to put on a different rotor, pads and line I would not go with Fessler as you will be better off buying the items seperatly and Mike will give you a great deal.

Also for those who do not want to trim the back brake plate you can get these two items as well.

92227529 Driver side rear brake backing plate.
92227530 Passenger side rear brake backing plate.

Thanks to pewterz for getting this going and showing who easy and cheap it is.
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Thanks for the info. I really want to try to get this upgrade done prior to C5Fest in April. I will look into this as another option.
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Old 02-03-2010, 07:01 PM   #50
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The brakes will fit, BUT you will need new wheels! The RS package wheels will work or any other set with the same fitment.

My set I bought from Hennesy Motorsport is coming out of the paint shop this week. They will not fit on my current 20" tire and wheel set without spacers and I am not doing that.


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The brakes will fit, BUT you will need new wheels! The RS package wheels will work or any other set with the same fitment.

My set I bought from Hennesy Motorsport is coming out of the paint shop this week. They will not fit on my current 20" tire and wheel set without spacers and I am not doing that.
Your Mirrors look very nice. I thought about getting them, but there are other mods like this that I want done first.
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The brakes will fit, BUT you will need new wheels! The RS package wheels will work or any other set with the same fitment.

My set I bought from Hennesy Motorsport is coming out of the paint shop this week. They will not fit on my current 20" tire and wheel set without spacers and I am not doing that.
Thanks for the info man!
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How much are you being charged for all of these parts? Is is more than Fesler, if so what are you getting in the transaction that is not offered by Fesler?

I'll pm you - here'll I'll say the new OE Brembo Calipers with pins and retainer were about $120 more - so its the trade-off of new versus slightly used. I decided I'd rather go new. You can ask Charlie at Stillen for his quote on the rotors, pads and brakelines.
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Also for those who do not want to trim the back brake plate you can get these two items as well.

92227529 Driver side rear brake backing plate.
92227530 Passenger side rear brake backing plate.
Thanks Teccboxx - I didn't think to ask about the plate - they're a bit pricey so I think I'll go with the plate haircut...
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Old 02-03-2010, 10:15 PM   #56
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Thanks Teccboxx - I didn't think to ask about the plate - they're a bit pricey so I think I'll go with the plate haircut...
I can tell you if you plan to replace the plate you can expect to add another 1-2 hours removing the rear suspension, ect.. to get it off and then replacing stuff IMHO it was not worth it I fabed up a nice piece of .095 bent aluminum I can tack weld in place of the 5/8" I had to remove if I wanted to but I do not see a need for it.

For those who are purchasing the Brembo package from Fesler all of the sets Chris had in stock had under 50 miles on them pretty much from the plant to the truck to the rail car and then driven from the dealership to the Fesler shop and then they removed them.

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