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Old 01-09-2014, 01:09 PM   #1
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S-Chassis Dual Caliper Brackets



S-Chassis Dual Caliper e-brake Kit!!!

NEW lower price!!! $250 shipped!!!!!!

Plenty of kits in stock and ready to ship out


Introducing a BOLT ON solution for dual calipers for the Nissan S-Chassis. Work with steel and aluminum uprights.





So what exactly is it? This bracket allows you to use 2 pairs of Z32 rear calipers for AWESOME stopping power. One pair of calipers gets plumbed up like normal and works off of the brake pedal. The other pair gets plumbed SEPARATELY to the hydraulic handbrake. No more weird pedal feel when pulling the e-brake and the footbrake! You now have a dedicated setup for the hydraulic handbrake.

What comes with the kit:

- One left bracket
- One right braket
- 2 hub rings to align rotors correctly.
- 8x M12 Class 10.9 Bolts for hub.
- 8x M12 Split locking washers.
- 8x M10 Class 10.9 Flange head bolts for calipers.
- 8x M10 Stainless steel flat washers.

Features:

- Made in the USA by an Aerospace/Medical certified machine shop with ISO9001:2008 certs.
- 6061-T6 aluminum for strength and low weight used on brackets and hub rings.
- The brackets are CNC'd and not water jetted. CNC is much more precise and cleaner.
- Hardened steel liners(Rc 62-64)
- FEA tested as well as real world tested on track.
- Huge 11.7" rotors on the rear.

Need to know:
- You will use REAR rotors from one of the following vehicles.

Code:
FORD	MUSTANG BULLITT	2001
FORD	MUSTANG COBRA	(1994 - 2004)
FORD	MUSTANG COBRA R	1995
FORD	MUSTANG COBRA SVT	1995
FORD	MUSTANG SVT COBRA R	2000
- You will need to cut off the OEM brake mounts on the upright.
- Aluminum uprights(Z32, R32, etc) need to have a few places ground down. Quick work with a grinder.
- This will space your wheels out 8mm. It's like adding an 8mm spacer to the wheels. Please keep this in mind if you have flush fitting wheel already.
- We recommend using a 3/4" bore hydraulic handbrake. 5/8" will work as well.
- Allows the proper use of a hydraulic handbrake. No more rigged inline setups that don't work when you need them to!

Bolted together:


From the back:


On car:


CAD Designed:


Price/Contact:

$250 USD Shipped to the US.

$275 USD Shipped to Canada/Mexico

$295 USD Shipped internationally. Please contact me before sending money for international orders.

S-Chassis Rear Dual Caliper Bracket - Maverick Motorsports

Please PM me on here, email info@maverick-motorsports.com, or call @ 623-five6five-8439

Thank you,
George
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Old 01-09-2014, 07:59 PM   #2
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Old 01-13-2014, 02:45 PM   #3
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since you guys made this part. can you guys put up a picture of this part in a 3-D explosion of it with the knuckle so people can get an idea of it where what part goes to where it suppose to go.
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Do you have to run a separate reservoir for the hydro ebrake handle since you say it's not plumbed inline with your existing rear brake lines? I bought my PBM handle about 2 years ago and just wondering if I'll have to alter it to run your setup
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Redrilling the Mustang rotors to 4 lug won't cause any issues will it? I already have z32 brakes installed and I just redrilled those rotors. Can't wait to pick these up shortly. They look like they are great quality!
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Old 02-21-2014, 10:51 AM   #6
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Do you have to run a separate reservoir for the hydro ebrake handle since you say it's not plumbed inline with your existing rear brake lines? I bought my PBM handle about 2 years ago and just wondering if I'll have to alter it to run your setup
You will need a separate reservoir.

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Redrilling the Mustang rotors to 4 lug won't cause any issues will it? I already have z32 brakes installed and I just redrilled those rotors. Can't wait to pick these up shortly. They look like they are great quality!
Plenty of people have ran this on 4 lug. The hubcentric ring centers the rotor so it doesn't wobble.
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