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Old 10-15-2018, 11:53 AM
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Default Stoptech Brakes

Wanted to let everyone know that Speedtech has taken over the Stoptech Muscle car brake line up from Ron Sutton.
The same optimized packages and options are available the pricing will stay the same.
We have some kits in stock
G Body
Second gen Stock spindle
AFX stock spindle
and some Torino 2.5" off set rear kits as well
also 1 kit for a Speedway Floater rear.

We can continue to order and supply all the other part numbers as well.

if your in the market for a set of these give us a call.
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That's awesome!
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👍 Good to hear... Love mine...
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Called StopTech today and they knew nothing of this?? I did get some part numbers for a 2011 Corvette that I think would work on the SpeedTech ATS Spindle and Full floater hub assemblies. Not sure how much of a difference the piston size is from the standard big brake kits to Ron's optimized package. Blake, can you shed a little more light on this?
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If you are going with manual brakes, you are going to want the big piston front calipers.
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