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post #1 of 48 Old 06-25-2013, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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TCE brings Big Brake Kits to Powerstroke!

They say bigger is better and here's the proof:


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WOW!!!!!!!!

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They say bigger is better and here's the proof:

Where is the proof? All I see is two rotors...






















I agree a bigger diameter rotor allows more torque to be applied.

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how about some that are drilled and slotted?

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Are they for front and rear?
Where are the caliper brackets?
What material is the rotor made from?
In testing how does the ABS and stability control react to the different brake rotor?
How much will the kit be?

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I bought the f+r kit for my superduty from TCE. Will be installing it sometime soon, i'll post pictures as well.

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Why do I feel like nothing was provided about this product lol. You haven't sold me.
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Sorry guys, I think the link was in some of the very first posts.

You can find out all (or nearly so) the info you want, included yes; drilled and slotted in the VENDOR POST

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Are they for front and rear?

Yes, Front and Rear are available.

Where are the caliper brackets?

Bolted to the knuckles.

What material is the rotor made from?

Cast iron.

In testing how does the ABS and stability control react to the different brake rotor?

No different. Both measure brake pressure and wheel rotation just as they do now, you simply have larger discs doing the same work.

How much will the kit be?

About $3000 per axle +/- depending upon which end and options.

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how about some that are drilled and slotted?

You mean like these?


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