AFCO 6630050 F88 Forged Alum. Caliper, Staggered 1-3/8 Inch Piston, LH
Universal Fit, 1.125" Piston Diameter, 1.25" Rotor Thickness, Aluminum, Natural, Gray
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AFCO's new F88 forged aluminum brake caliper has been produced to provide you with the best caliper in asphalt racing. This F88 caliper is 30% stiffer to give a better feel on and off the brakes to allow the least amount of drag. This F88 caliper is designed to be used with an 1.25" wide rotor with a 3.5" bolt pattern on the left side of the car. The caliper has 1-3/8" x 1-1/4" staggered forged pistons.
- 30% stiffer
- 1-3/8" x 1-1/4" staggered forged pistons
- Forged truly round pistons
- Left side
- Stainless steel abutment plates
- Forged caliper body
- One piece high flow bleeders (use 7/16" wrench)
- Internal cross over passages
- Extreme duty bridge bolts
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Q & A
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