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Old 09-20-2006, 04:34 AM   #1
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With in the next couple of weeks i will be doing my brakes. I wanted to know if anyone knows if they make a double piston caliper that fits a 97 SE? I already ordered a set of slotted rotors!
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I'm not sure, but you might want to ask these guys...
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Also, if your putting nice rotors on, might as well go for ceramic pads too.
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Thanks!! Just what i've been looking for!
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I'm not sure, but you might want to ask these guys...
Summit Racing

Also, if your putting nice rotors on, might as well go for ceramic pads too.
Thats pretty dang sweet, I never knew there was a twin-pistom caliper available for the Bonneville, and from the looks of it, many many other cars.

I could get twin piston calipers without having to go with F-body hardware...neat!
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