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I found my next MOD !!! (PICS)

well its going to take a while for me to save up to buy this one but it will be well worth it !! todd @ tce is a vendor on the nloc an really nice guy here's a link to his site

http://www.tceperformanceproducts.com/index.html

*Front kits*
Plus 1: The 16" kit. $3295

* Wilwood TC6 six piston caliper
* TCE spec radial mount brackets
* Wilwood 16" x 1.375" GT rotors
* Gas slotted, zinc plated
* Wilwood forged aluminum rotor hats
* BP20 pads
* TCE spec stainless steel hose kit
* All required hardware
* Optional RED powder coat finish- ADD $175
* Optional cross drilled rotor finish- ADD $135
* Wilwood 570 brake fluid- ADD $8ea (12oz)





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What are you planning on racing the Cannonball run with your truck or something?

-This would be a bad azz upgrade though!

for $3500 I would rather pick up a set of injectors and some blackwidow turbos....
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dunno, I love to do the cannonball run I don't think my funds $$ would allow that ! Don't worry a set of BWD twins and sticks are on there too.
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Those would go perfect for my only complaint about my truck.. Once I lifted it and added the 37s the brakes just seem way to soft for my taste.. 3500 is alot for those though...

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I don't know why brakes are always so expensive. I know the willwood caliper are around 1500 but I think you are paying for the person who develop them to develop something that big companies like ssbc and bear wouldn't produce to that market demand is not high for this vehicle. I know a brembo big brake kit for an f-150 was priced around $3200. beaux I know those big brakes would definitely help you slow that monster !! Another alternative is to get a parachute on a cord that you could toss out to help you stop !
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can you run these with the stock 20s???
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I talked to todd @ TCE and he said that I can run 20" wheel with them as long as the spoke caliper clearance is sufficient. he offers a similar kit for the lightnings and 20's work. I guess if I was really serious I wound send him a wheel and see if he could mount them on the truck in the picture to see if I had clearance or simpler yet take some measurements.
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wow. I bet those things have got some serious stopping power. They look great to boot too.


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Upgraded brakes are def a great mod, not only are the looks killer but the stoppin power is also amazing. I have the Baer Aluma Sport kit on my 01 Chevy Show truck with the 14 inch slotted and cross drilled rotors and Baer Calipers and with the 24 inch rims the stopping power is night and day over the stock units
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There is another company that makes 16" rotors and 12 Piston calipers and I believe those are around 4000. I can't remember who makes them but they were at the Sema show and I was told you can get them for trucks.

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