front brake pad

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  1. jim

    jim Silver Member

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    Front pad from a hellcat. Versus a 98 viper gts. 20150415_180240.jpg
     
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    F6F-3 SRT Hellcat Owner Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    The viper has brake pad envy
     
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    Ummm,, that's pretty small..Is the viper in the bottom
     
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    size does matter
     
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    Yes viper is the bottom
     
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    solo7777 SRT Terminator Hellcat Car Club Western Regional President HCC Charter Member

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    Wow. We got the Uber pads to stop our heavy beasts!
     
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    Dam!!! We got big pads
     
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    Need big pads when you got big paws!
     
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    CubeMan Tri-State Overlord

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    This is shows how technology has changed and also the fact we have 6 piston brakes.
     
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    20150411_112929.jpg Have you guys seen the caliper and rotor with the wheel off? It's huge! I knew they were big, but damn!
     
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    And I did clean everything while the wheel was off.
     
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    Tammie SRT Hellcat Moderator Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    You can tell it is big, but having it off like that really shows you how much braking power we really have! Very cool!
     
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    april77 Naughty SheDevil Mod Staff Member Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member HCC Charter Member

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    Well, it is said that size does matter! :D

    April
     
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    Did you have any issues getting the pins out
     
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    Not OP, but I just recently swapped my pads for Powerstop Z23s. I had no issues getting the pins out/in. The process is nearly identical to previous Brembos I've owned, except this is the first one I've had with the bolt in the front caliper. I just use a punch, hammer and some gentle taps to move them. Just be careful not to slip and chip the paint. If you can get the wheels off and on without scratching them, you can definitely do the brakes without chipping a caliper.
     
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