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Bear Extreme+ 6-piston Front Brake Kit - 15in Rotors (2015-17 All) on

US $3,795.00

American Fork, Utah, United States

American Fork, Utah, United States
Condition:New Brand:Baer Brakes Manufacturer Part Number:4261421B, 4261421S, 4261421R

These Baer Brakes Baer Claw Extreme+ Disc Brake Kits are built with durability, exceeding the demands of even the most serious enthusiasts. They include Baer 6S forged MonoBlock 6-piston calipers machined from 2618 forgings, resulting in the stiffest possible design, even at extreme operating temperatures. Next, Baer uses stainless steel, staggered bore pistons to virtually eliminate end-to-end pad taper and offer superior thermal shielding. This minimizes the effects of brake pedal fade due to brake fluid boiling. Included are a pair of 2-piece, cross-drilled, slotted brake rotors with zinc coated surfaces and a matched set of brake pads. The unique 2-piece rotors use an aluminum hat to reduce overall weight, allow for differential expansion of the rotor plates, and lower thermal transfer to the hub. Access today's most current technology and maximize braking efficiency with one of these Baer Brakes Baer Claw Extreme+ disc brake kits.

Position: Front
Front Rotor Included: Yes
Front Rotor Style: Cross-drilled & Slotted Surface
Front Rotor Construction: Vented
Front Rotor Diameter: 15.00 in. / 381.00mm
Front Rotor Thickness (in): 1.250 in.
Rear Rotors Included: No
Front Calipers Included: Yes
Front Caliper Piston Quantity: Six
Front Caliper Material: Aluminum
Front Caliper Finish: Optional Black, Silver or Red Powder Coated
Rear Calipers Included: No
Parking Brake Provision: No
Minimum Recommended Wheel Diameter (in): 19 in.
Front Spindles Included: No
Master Cylinder Included: No
Brake Booster Included: No
Brake Lines Included: Yes
Quantity: Sold as a kit

- Decreased Stopping Distance
- Increased Heat Dissipation
- Staggered Pistons Reduce Pad Wear
- 100% Made In USA
- 2-Piece 15" Rotors
- Black 6-Piston Calipers
- Stainless Steel Brake Hoses
- High Performance Pads

Fits Vehicle:
2015, 2016, 2017 Mustang 5.0L GT
2015, 2016, 2017 Mustang 2.3L EcoBoost
2015, 2016, 2017 Mustang 3.7L V6

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