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Old 06-08-2017, 10:54 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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I love wilwood most what I use. They have been saying that for 6 months prior on their kit why I went with Brembo



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Not all I am looking for, a BBK changes the big as mentioned before so that will ultimately improve braking performance while looking better.

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I have confirmed with Wilwood that they have not released their kit for the 17 Raptor and the current kit for F-150's will not fit without modifications. They said 90 days on their new kit.





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Ok also just confirmed that Baer does have a kit for the Raptor it is as follows.

Front 2 piece rotor BBK for 20" wheel- Part # 4261409

Rear 2 piece rotor BBK 20" Wheel- Part# 4262688

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I love wilwood most what I use. They have been saying that for 6 months prior on their kit why I went with Brembo










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I do know that 355mm rotors are the largest that will clear an 18" wheel. That also depends on the center/spoke configuration of the wheel.


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https://alconkits.com/shop-alconkits...ake-kit-detail

A lot of trophy truck guys run this brad and I know they are on the Deberti raptor. Doesn't look like you need to run larger wheels either.
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https://alconkits.com/shop-alconkits...ake-kit-detail

A lot of trophy truck guys run this brad and I know they are on the Deberti raptor. Doesn't look like you need to run larger wheels either.
Interesting I did not know about this company, they do charge a premium those rears are on par price wise with Baer and Wilwood.
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Originally Posted by dredge38 View Post
https://alconkits.com/shop-alconkits...ake-kit-detail

A lot of trophy truck guys run this brad and I know they are on the Deberti raptor. Doesn't look like you need to run larger wheels either.
Alcon has been around in the racing world for decades. Good quality product but not cheap.
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Originally Posted by dude1782 View Post
Nobody gets banned around here. Since the stock brakes can lock up the stock tires with ease a bbk won't be much of an improvement. Pads, rotors, and brake lines can improve the bite, fade, and feel.
Maybe this got cleared up later in the thread

You need to clarify, not much improvement for the first panic stop

Thereafter ie repeated heavy use is why you get a BBK

For the first panic stop, OEM is more than sufficient

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Ok also just confirmed that Baer does have a kit for the Raptor it is as follows.

Front 2 piece rotor BBK for 20" wheel- Part # 4261409

Rear 2 piece rotor BBK 20" Wheel- Part# 4262688[COLOR="Red"]
Yes, if that's the Extreme+ setup for the 2015+ trucks, it will work on the Raptor

It's hard to beat Brembo, but I like Baer too since they're the only ones I know of whose rear caliper is the same size as the front

Doesn't do squat for better braking but the $$$ is the same, I like the look of same sized 6p setup on all 4s
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Decided to give Freedom Motorsports a shot and did the BBK from R1. Looks nice and 8 piston front, 6 piston rear, 2 piece rotors, etc. good price as well.


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Decided to give Freedom Motorsports a shot and did the BBK from R1. Looks nice and 8 piston front, 6 piston rear, 2 piece rotors, etc. good price as well.


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What size did you get?

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Rotors are 2 piece Drilled and slotted 405 MM Front, 380 Rear, 8 Piston Cal front and 6 Piston rear. Comes with SS lines, Pads etc. They will do any color combination you want in either gloss or anodized. Freedom worked with R1 for a direct bolt kit for the 17 Raptor. Build time is 4 weeks, which, is fine waiting on the wheels anyway.

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