AFCO 6630311 Aluminum Metric Caliper, 2-3/8 Inch Piston
Stock Car, Single Caliper Pistons, 2.38" Piston Diameter, 1.00" Rotor Thickness, Aluminum, Gray
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These aluminum metric calipers are track tested and proven to have less flex, better pedal feel, less brake fade, and less pad taper than the competition. They are 15 lbs. lighter than stock and USMTS/UMP approved.
These calipers from AFCO come standard with bleeder. To install Speed Bleeders will require the same combo as Wilwood calipers use: 8352200063 (or 8352200627 set of four) and Bleeders 6173954.
- 15 lbs. lighter than stock (per car)
- Track tested and proven to have less flex, better pedal feel, less brake fade, and less pad taper than the competition
- 2-3/8" piston
- USMTS/UMP approved
- Comes standard with bleeder
- Quality control checked and pressure tested
- 1/8" NPT fluid inlet and 1/8" NPt Bleeder port
- Fits left or right side of chassis
- 5-1/2" mount spacing
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