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Old 02-03-2010, 07:30 PM   #51
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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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Old 02-03-2010, 07:30 PM   #52
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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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Old 02-03-2010, 07:35 PM   #53
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Old 02-03-2010, 09:39 PM   #54
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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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Old 02-03-2010, 09:50 PM   #55
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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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Old 02-15-2010, 08:00 AM   #57
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Old 03-21-2011, 06:46 AM   #58
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I am bringing this post back from the Dead, but I wanted to confirm part numbers for the Rear Calipers and this seems like the best place to do it. This is what I am planning to do:

For the fronts Calipers I am going to buy a OEM Take-Off Front Brake Kit (Calipers, Rotors, Pads, Hoses, Shields) for $350 through SLP. I am buying it just for the Calipers though, maybe someone will be interested in front Rotors, Pads, Hoses, and Shields after I get the kit ???

Then I want to get a Front/Rear set of R1 Concepts Rotors (Dimple and Slotted), Hawk Ceramic Pads, and Stoptech Stainless Steel Brake Lines through r1concepts, who is a forum sponsor.

That leaves me with just the rear Calipers. I have seen people say that all you need is as follows:

92233177 Driver side rear disc brake caliper. Without pads.
92233176 Passenger side rear disc brake pad. Without pads
89047728 Rear Pin Kit (2 sets required)

But I am concerned other items may be required such as:

89047739 Rear Boot Kit (2 sets may be needed ???)
89047731 Rear Piston Kit (2 sets may be needed ???)

Does anyone know if those last two parts are needed?
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Old 03-21-2011, 07:20 AM   #59
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I am bringing this post back from the Dead, but I wanted to confirm part numbers for the Rear Calipers and this seems like the best place to do it. This is what I am planning to do:

For the fronts Calipers I am going to buy a OEM Take-Off Front Brake Kit (Calipers, Rotors, Pads, Hoses, Shields) for $350 through SLP. I am buying it just for the Calipers though, maybe someone will be interested in front Rotors, Pads, Hoses, and Shields after I get the kit ???

Then I want to get a Front/Rear set of R1 Concepts Rotors (Dimple and Slotted), Hawk Ceramic Pads, and Stoptech Stainless Steel Brake Lines through r1concepts, who is a forum sponsor.

That leaves me with just the rear Calipers. I have seen people say that all you need is as follows:

92233177 Driver side rear disc brake caliper. Without pads.
92233176 Passenger side rear disc brake pad. Without pads
89047728 Rear Pin Kit (2 sets required)

But I am concerned other items may be required such as:

89047739 Rear Boot Kit (2 sets may be needed ???)
89047731 Rear Piston Kit (2 sets may be needed ???)

Does anyone know if those last two parts are needed?
No, the last two parts are only needed if your rebuilding a rear caliper. Caliper should come ready to bolt on from the factory aside from pins and pads.
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Old 03-21-2011, 07:25 AM   #60
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Old 03-21-2011, 12:08 PM   #61
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Cool, Thanks!
You can get those pin kits a whole lot cheaper from OReilly auto parts website too. That's what I did. They come as a set for both rear calipers for the same price any GM parts house wanted for just one side.
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Old 08-27-2012, 05:22 PM   #62
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how did u get the rotor off. i cant pull mine out . i took out that torx bolt.. it seems like its stuck or something..
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Old 08-27-2012, 09:28 PM   #63
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how did u get the rotor off. i cant pull mine out . i took out that torx bolt.. it seems like its stuck or something..
You will need to work it back and forth you might need to use a pry bar to break them lose
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Old 08-28-2012, 04:16 PM   #64
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Very nice to see a thread like this, since I will upgrade the breaks soon.
The Brembo GT costs $3500 for the front only, so i guess SS Brembo will be my choise.
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Old 08-30-2012, 07:34 AM   #65
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Old 08-31-2012, 08:08 AM   #66
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Very nice to see a thread like this, since I will upgrade the breaks soon.
The Brembo GT costs $3500 for the front only, so i guess SS Brembo will be my choise.
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Bringing this back to life, but a questions as I'm upgrading mine to a set of the 1LE Brembos.

Im gonna get a set of the Goodridge lines. V6 vs V8 lines with the connection points does everything line up and connect to the car fine when putting on the V8 lines?
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Bringing this back to life, but a questions as I'm upgrading mine to a set of the 1LE Brembos.

Im gonna get a set of the Goodridge lines. V6 vs V8 lines with the connection points does everything line up and connect to the car fine when putting on the V8 lines?
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Old 05-13-2013, 07:52 PM   #69
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Well, went ahead and got one step closer this afternoon since I had time. Trimmed the rear rotor shield, cleaned it up and knocked it down with some paint so it wouldn't have a bare edge.

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Now just waiting on the brakes.
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Thanks for the write up because I am getting ready to do the upgrade!!
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damm have a set waiting to be put on, but probably going to be doing this myself now. thamk you!
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So did anybody change brake fluid and if so did you drain all of the old out while the lines were off or did you put everything on and than bleed the old fluid out?
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I did. They used a pump to take the old out and then bled in with the new.
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I did. They used a pump to take the old out and then bled in with the new.
What fluid did you go with?
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Where is everybody getting the copper crush washers for your brake lines from?
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