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Old 08-18-2019, 10:40 PM   #15
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Where did you buy everything? I’m interested in doing that
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Old 08-19-2019, 02:49 PM   #16
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Where did you buy everything? I’m interested in doing that
Amazon except for the lines which I got from Phastek.

Rockauto.com is cheaper than Amazon, but they won't ship to where I live.

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Old 08-19-2019, 03:22 PM   #17
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Amazon except for the lines which I got from Phastek.

Rockauto.com is cheaper than Amazon, but they won't ship to where I live.

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You need new caliper bolts as they're torque to yield, but they're the standard SS caliper bolts.

You need the ZL1 brake line kit. I ordered the goodridge stainless set from Phastek.

I used ZL1 rotors, but I think the Caddilac CTS-V ones work as well. ZL1 are true 2 piece so dissipate heat better.

I got the calipers and rotors and HW kit from Amazon because rockauto won't ship to my town.

These are all AC Delco part #'s:

Rotor 177-1146

Rotor 177-1145

Caliper 172-2670

Caliper 172-2669

HW Kit 18K2108X

GM Part #

Caliper bolts: 11570788 - You'll need 4. Torque to 30 ft-lb plus 90 degrees (big breaker bar required)

Phastek has the brake line kit. Just get it for a 2015 ZL1.

Brake fluid: Castrol SRF or Motul 600.

Pressure bleeder makes life a lot easier.

Also, when I replace calipers and lines, I start with a block of wood between the driver's seat and brake pedal and press the pedal down about an inch. This keeps a lot of air from getting into the system. You'll notice that after you break the first connection, no fluid will leak out anywhere else. Makes the post job bleed a little easier.

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