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Old 11-19-2016, 08:31 PM   #1
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Default Dodge Viper G5 CCB Brake & Its Option

http://driveviper.com/forums/threads...ht=racingbrake

Some members inquired for affordable CCM brake kits for GTS/TA, so I did some research and found these advertised on internet.

http://www.racingsolutions.com/categ...rake-kits.html



Front Kit Contains the Following:
  • Caliper - 6 Piston - Red
  • Discs - 380x34 CCM-R Pre-Bedded
  • Pads - Brembo Spec'd - Pre-Bedded
Rear Kit Contains the Following:
  • Caliper - 4 Piston - Red
  • Discs - 360x28 CCM-R Pre-Bedded
  • Pads - Brembo Spec'd - Pre-Bedded

Another vender with the same contents:

http://www.specialtyperformanceteam....3-2010-p34.htm



Comparing to Tim's conversion kit the advantage of these kit appear to be
  • No need to change rear spindle
  • May fit under 18" wheels (Rotor is 380mm vs. ACR-E 390mm)
But at a much higher cost, so what other options available?
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Old 11-19-2016, 08:33 PM   #2
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Not to offend Racing Brake but does anybody know any one that has or would install this brake system for $32K?

You can install the ACR-X brake system on a Gen 3 or 4 with the modified fascia cooling ducts, CF caliper shrouds etc. and have more than $25K left over....???

Now if this system would knock 10+ seconds off a 2 minute lap time,... maybe
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Old 11-19-2016, 08:34 PM   #3
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Not at all. We just share with you for what's available in the market and their prevailing cost.

Here is a same kit for BMW M4:

BMW CCM kit for M3/M4 F82 (380x34/360x28)

Front $19,099.20: https://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/bre...150943996.html
Rear $17,755.20: https://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/bre...150944004.html

Total $36,854.4

This pricing bracket is not for everybody but I am sure someone are buying them.

But that's not our price, not only we have in depth knowledge and resource to design and build various CCM brake kits (next week we are shipping the complete kit for Porsche MaCan Turbo) for different car make/models, but we are the most price competitive CCM brake mfr in the industry.

You can take a look of what we have to offer for Porsche's (from 993 to 991 GT3), and get an idea of our coverage and pricing.

http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7200.htm

And GTR R35:
http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7417.htm

And All:
http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7388.htm
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Old 11-19-2016, 08:34 PM   #4
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If people are serious about a great set of rotors that's even less than the prices posted above, give Tom Frederico a call or shot him an email.

Email- tom@tfent.com
Phone- 858-883-2655

He's the North American distributor for MOV'IT and a genuinely awesome guy to work with. I used his products on my P-cars back when I used to track frequently and most recently nearly pulled the trigger on a set for my Scuderia before I sold it.

Anyway, I'm not promising that he will have a solution but if you give him the basics on clearances and things like that, I'm sure he can provide a kit that works with the stock wheels.

FYI- If I'm remembering correctly, the complete kit including calipers was ~$19,000 and a set of replacement rotors was ~$13,000.

Hope this helps.
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Old 11-19-2016, 08:35 PM   #5
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First off, I hope that RacingBrake doesn't mind that I post pricing from another company, that shall remain nameless, for 355x32 CCM rotors and pads. I don't want to brake any rules, but more importantly, RacingBrake is an active participant on these forums and I have learned plenty by reading their posts and the discussion it has inspired. For those reasons I will not openly disclose the other company I obtained pricing for. I am also hopeful that RacingBrake will come to market with a 355x32 CCM rotor and pad option for the majority of the viper owners on this board.

$6690 includes:

Front and rear 2pc ceramic rotors
Front and rear pads
bell hats and drive pins are included
stoptech bell hats will not work with this vendors ceramic rotor rings
2 week leadtime.
We don't mind for your reference to other possible source, more choice & option is always good for a consumer, and more tech info is helpful to members in making the toward making a better decision for a major purchase like CCB brake kit.
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Old 11-20-2016, 07:27 AM   #6
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Comparing to other 6 pot caliper GN6R






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Old 11-03-2017, 07:17 AM   #7
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Complete brake upgrade option for G3/4/5
http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7324.htm

G6 CCB replacement or conversion to iron, we have both options for you to choose.
http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7425.htm

RB offers more CCB to iron conversion than all competitions combined, and shipped more CCB rotor and brake kit, including Viper and Hellcat than any competition in the brake industry.

Because we offer both CCB and iron set up so we listen to your need and help you choose the best combo package for you w/o biased opinion.
http://www.racingbrake.com/category-s/7425.htm

Our most popular and economical set up is CCB front and iron rear. They are being offered to Porsche 911, Mercedes C63, Nissan GTR, Hellcat, Camaro G6 ZL1 and Mustang GT350R etc. as our light weight rear hat (with iron liner for e-brake) is about the same weight as OE (ZR1/Z28/Porsche 997TT) made with Stainless steel hat.

If you track your Viper with CCB, you definitely want to try RB sintered (100% metallic) pads, which can outlast conventional semi-metallic pad 2-3 times and provides consistent high brake torque under even the extreme temperature, because it all metallic and no resin (like semi-metallic) to melt.

See how David Donohue run his Porsche 991 Turbo with RB CCB brake system competing in Pikes Peak Racing to the cloud.
https://rennlist.com/forums/991-gt3-...l#post14334913

We look forward to serving your braking need from street driving improvement to the most demanding track and race applications.
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