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Old 11-30-2008, 06:40 PM   #1
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Exclamation For Sale: HTP Rear Big Brake kit*CLOSED*

Selling my prototype big brake kit due to the slew of changes I am making for the next setup. These changes do not make this brake kit obsolete but I am going to be using a different caliper so it will need a different brake line setup along with different brackets. Since I will be changing everything minus the rotor, I am going to sell the whole kit to make it easier for the next person.



Part: HTP Big Rear Brake kit, 11.66"

1. Wilwood GT Series Directional Vane Rotors (slotted and vented)

2. Wilwood Blank aluminum hat machined by HTP (me) for the correct register and lug pattern

3. HTP Billet Aluminum Caliper brackets (caliper through holes have been sleeved with Chromoly steel) The brackets are new and never used because I added the Chromoly steel sleeves and also clocked the caliper position 15 degrees from the originals.

4. Mustang Cobra Calipers with mechanical e-brake.

5. Earls stainless steel brake lines and fittings

6. All instillation hardware



I will include the spindles if converting from a SVT or will include hubs if converting from a drum setup. Drum spindles and svt hubs are used for this setup.



SVT E-Brake cables are used for this setup also, if you do not have them, please ask when inquiring and I may be able to help.



I do recommend that a brake kit larger than the OEM svt setup be used, such as HTP big brake kit, TCE street or track, Bear or Brembo.














This kit was ran with 16" OZ wheels with no clearance issues. I am not sure how it will fit in a 15" wheel. Kit has 7,000 miles on it. 3 autocross events, 1 track day. All components are in great shape, brackets are NEW. Rotors are barely worn and the pads have plenty of life left.



Questions, post them up and I will be sure to answere or email me at jason@htperformance.net


Price: $700 shipped . PLEASE FEEL FREE TO MAKE AN OFFER. This is a complete over the top kit that works well and has minimal miles on it.

Payment: Paypal or credit card



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Old 11-30-2008, 06:42 PM   #2
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Oh, the rust on the rotor came off the first time I hit the brakes, lol
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:21 PM   #3
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price?
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Old 11-30-2008, 09:55 PM   #4
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Price is $1000 shipped or best offer. It took over $1k in parts, materials and labor to design and build this kit. I would just like to see it go to a good home.
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Old 12-01-2008, 09:49 AM   #5
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can you calrify what you mean by "uses drum spindles with SVT hubs" ???

is this a hodgepodge of drum brake, svt brake, and cutoms parts?
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Old 12-01-2008, 04:24 PM   #6
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When someone says "hodgepodge", I think of junk and this is by no means junk.

The svt spindles have a caliper bracket built into them which is not in an ideal position, so the stock type drum spindles are used which are identical to the svt but without brackets built in. You then use a svt hub which houses your bearing. You can not use a stock drum hub due to the fact that the drum is the hub and well... you cant mount rotors to a drum.
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I wasnt implying low quality at all, but thank you for clearing that up for me. any chance of some pics of this kit mounted up like from the backside or something? do you just remove the calipers/wheel cylinders/all brake equipment, and then throw on the svt hub/bearing with this bracket/caliper/rotor assembly?
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wish i had the money for this and your front kit, theyre amazing looking and light weight stuff is always grand
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any chance of some pics of this kit mounted up like from the backside or something? do you just remove the calipers/wheel cylinders/all brake equipment, and then throw on the svt hub/bearing with this bracket/caliper/rotor assembly?
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http://htperformance.net/index.php?o...d=21&Itemid=51

I'll let Jason describe the mechanics of it for you if you can't see it in the pictures.
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Old 12-02-2008, 06:00 PM   #10
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thanks for that link. I like the design. I may be inquiring in a couple months about this setup with a different bolt pattern, but still for the focus.
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