Afco 6630420 Forged Alum F11 Brake Caliper, 1-3/4 Piston/.375 In Rotor
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These new F11 brake calipers from Afco are the best calipers in racing! The F11 caliper features 1-3/4" forged pistons and is engineered to be used with 1/8"-3/8" wide rotors on a 3.75" bolt pattern. The stiffest caliper on the market, the F11 is 30% stiffer for better overall feel, allowing the brakes to have the least amount of drag possible. These calipers come with stainless steel abutment plates, one-piece high flow bleeders, internal cross-over passages, extreme duty bridge bolts, a forged body, and forged truly round pistons.
- Less Brake Heat
- Internal brake fluid passages
- 1-3/4" Billet pistons with hard coat anodizing
- 3-3/4" Mount
- 30% Stiffer for better feel and less drag
- 7/16" wrench for high flow bleeders
- Stainless steel abutment plates
- One piece high flow bleeders that use a 7/16" wrench
- Internal cross over passages
- Extreme duty bridge bolts
- Forged caliper body and truly round pistons
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