Garage Sale - AFCO 6630140 F33 Forged Aluminum Caliper - 1.25 In Rotor - 1.75 In Piston
Universal Fit, Four Caliper Pistons, 1.75" Piston Diameter, 1.25" Rotor Thickness, Aluminum
This Caliper is garage sale priced due to being new old stock.
AFCO set out in 2012 to take their market leading caliper to the next level. The previous billet calipers have been winning races over the last 10 years. With race technology improving over the years, they knew it was time to revolutionize their caliper line. After testing the new calipers all summer with multiple wins and over 5000 laps in some of the most punishing conditions, they are proud to provide their customers with the best calipers in racing. Many racers think that brakes don't matter and all calipers are created equal, but we know from testing that these calipers help win races!
- Stiffest caliper on the market
- Less brake heat
- Extra wheel clearance
- Universal mounting
- Forged 6061 aluminum construction
- 1/8" NPT inlet port
- Speed bleeders installed for quick and easy maintenance
- Extreme duty steel bridge bolts add 30% increase in stiffness
- Internal brake fluid passages
- Billet pistons with hard coat anodizing
- 5-1/4" mount spacing
- For 1.25" thick rotors
- 1-3/4" piston
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Q & A
We get a lot of questions about brake kits so Tim gives a brief overview of disc brake setups.
If you're changing your brake pads before you hit your first race, it's important to burnish or bed-in your new pads. Check out our quick tech-tip on bedding brakes and how to minimize pad wear and get the best performance out of your brakes.
After getting the control arms and drop spindles installed last time, we are dying to see what it looks like on the ground. Today we are working with the Speedway Deluxe Disc Brake Kit. Josh and Joe are on a roll!
Getting started on the brakes and more!
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Steve explains the process of installing Speedway calipers.
Tim M. takes us through troubleshooting some of the common causes of leaky banjo fittings and caliper fitment issues.