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Old November 12th, 2012, 06:17 PM   #1
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Gen 2 Big Brake Kit Special!

These Big Brake kits are utilizing brand new SRT10 Calipers - direct for VPA and SRT10 Rotors direct from VPA



Special for this week, while in stock



Front and Rear Big Brake Brackets $765
4 x New SRT Calipers $400 each (list price is 507. fr and 490 rear) (save $400) from VPA!
Park brake $575
Proportioning valve kit $185 (for non ABS cars)
SRT10 stock Rotors $75 each from VPA!

Total cost for the basic Big Brake System (plus pads) $3525.00 with all new components!

This kit will put 4 Brand New SRT10 calipers on your car and stop you like an ACR! This is the best way to add a big brake kit to your Gen 2 Viper!

Options that you can also order

Drilled or slotted rotors add $200

Add some serious Bling with our Girodisc rotors - set of 4 is $1750





Or go with an ACRX set up with Brembo ACRX rotors on the front and Stoptech rotors on the rear

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Old November 13th, 2012, 09:29 AM   #2
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These Big Brake kits are utilizing brand new SRT10 Calipers - direct for VPA and SRT10 Rotors direct from VPA



Special for this week, while in stock



Front and Rear Big Brake Brackets $765
4 x New SRT Calipers $400 each (list price is 507. fr and 490 rear) (save $400) from VPA!
Park brake $575
Proportioning valve kit $185 (for non ABS cars)
SRT10 stock Rotors $75 each from VPA!

Total cost for the basic Big Brake System (plus pads) $3525.00 with all new components!

This kit will put 4 Brand New SRT10 calipers on your car and stop you like an ACR! This is the best way to add a big brake kit to your Gen 2 Viper!

Options that you can also order

Drilled or slotted rotors add $200

Add some serious Bling with our Girodisc rotors - set of 4 is $1750





Or go with an ACRX set up with Brembo ACRX rotors on the front and Stoptech rotors on the rear

Front


Rear

few questions

will this work on a 2001 ABS car?

Do you know if the 16" CCW drag pac will fit over these?
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Old November 13th, 2012, 10:10 AM   #3
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few questions

will this work on a 2001 ABS car?

Do you know if the 16" CCW drag pac will fit over these?


This system will work perfectly on an 01 ABS car,

I have no experience with the 16 inch drag pack wheels, but I would guess no.
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What's the cost for the ACR-X rotor setup?
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Old November 14th, 2012, 12:12 AM   #5
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What's the cost for the ACR-X rotor setup?
The ACRX rotors are $1275 a pair, the supersized brake pads that fit them are $290 an axle set, or you can run stock pads as well
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Old November 14th, 2012, 10:08 AM   #6
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Does a Gen II non ABS show a big improvement with this set up vs. the 40 mm rear piston upgrade from Tom?
Yes, the Gen 2 (even without ABS) will show a huge braking benefit to this kit, the stock Gen 2 brakes are definitely helped out by a mod like Tom's rear caliper upgrade, (dodge did do this on the ABS cars in 2001 and 2002, (bigger rear caliper piston)), But, even though that upgrade helps to balance the Gen 2 brakes better, the Gen 2 brakes are still anemic in comparison.

The stock Gen 2 caliper front has the same piston size as the GEn 3/4/5 rear

The Gen 3/4/5 calipers are a superior caliper and the piston sizes are increased both front and back,

FACT: The SRT10 Competition Coupes used the Gen 3 Brakes without the aid of ABS in world Challenge for many years, you had a choice in World challenge, bigger front tires or ABS you pic. So even without ABS the Gen 3/4/5 system is race bred and superior to the Gen 2 brake system.



Looks like only 3 systems left now.
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