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October is FREE pad month at TCE Performance!

Purchase any Wilwood or TCE/Wilwood big brake kit and receive a second set of pads for no additional charge. Pick from a vast assortment of compounds front Street to AutoX to Open Track use. All for one low price; nada.

TCE is also please to introduce a number of new kits to the market including our new 14" Mustang, Chevy HHR, Mazda RX8 options and WRX Comp kit.
See all the details about these new kits on the TCE home page at; www.tceperformanceproducts.com

Also new is the push towards the new W series of caliper. The W4A and W6A calipers represent a bold new offering from Wilwood and TCE is putting them to good use. If you've been searching for a high quality, race bred caliper but with street manners for wheel fit then look no more. The W series offers exceptional mass and stiffness with a low enough profile to clear many wheels. The huge pads of this caliper, while not as thick as that of the common FSL, offer nearly 10% more friction material. Check out the W6A sitting next to the BSL6r of many Wilwood factory kits and you'll see why we feel this is the caliper of the future for many vehicles.
http://s122.photobucket.com/albums/o269/ToddTCE/Mustang/?action=view&current=W6AandBSL6r.jpg

And hey; who doesn't like FREE stuff? Tell a friend!
 

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I gotta care package; bag-o-bits here for you. Just need to figure out what you finally need to wrap that stuff up!
 

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boostedsohc said:
wow weighs 7lbs! heavy cailper def isn't goin to move around

Luckily it's not applicable to your car! Well, unless you really want one and have room for it and a 1.25" wide rotor. Can do. Figure on $2200
 

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which are better the Ws or the FSLs? which are priced better?
I've never heard about them but they look awesome!
 

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which are better the Ws or the FSLs? which are priced better?
I've never heard about them but they look awesome!
Better = W = $2,200 (and it would be a one off custom kit)
Good = FSL = $1,500
 

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Well Dammmmmnn. Race car driver, all around nice guy and mind reader!

If I were to put some rough numbers on this I think that's about the exact ones I'd come up with.

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You'd do better running 14" to use the W series. I've stuck it on a 13.3 for the 17" wheel but it's tight.

So far its:
Lightning
Mustang
Magnum/Charger
RX8
WRX (in works)

http://www.tceperformanceproducts.com/images/DSC_0124.jpg
(been nice if he'd wiped the wheel down)
 

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ok thnx I was juss wonderin cuz I aint never heard of them- but they look like a really nice caliper!
 
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