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    Nice, I used Viper front calipers and 98 Cobra rear (cheap and easy to use)
    Current Mopars - 01 Viper GTS ACR, 70 Challenger 440-6, 73 Cuda (AAR clone/road racer), 70 Hemi Roadrunner, 01 Ram 4x4 1500, 52 B3B 330 Desoto Hemi, 05 Hemi Durango, 10 PCP Challenger RT 6spd, 09 Caliber, 14 Ram 2500 Hemi, 68 Cuda

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    I am almost finished with my disc brake setup. Here are some pictures from start to finish. 14" fronts with 4 piston Brembo calipers. 11.8" rears with single piston calipers. I used all stainless brake lines and hoses. Should be a slight improvement over the old 10" drums.

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    Here are some more pictures.

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    Nice!!! Can you show how you attached them to the spindle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg55_99 View Post
    Nice!!! Can you show how you attached them to the spindle?
    Look through this thread on another forum. the guy sell brackets to adapt the Mustang stuff to our spindle and rear axle.

    http://www.dodgecharger.com/forum/in...,122780.0.html

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    Exactly what I was looking for, could you sum up all the parts you used both for front and rear brakes, meaning what they came from? I have a good junkyard closeby that have Brembos available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jarven1977 View Post
    Exactly what I was looking for, could you sum up all the parts you used both for front and rear brakes, meaning what they came from? I have a good junkyard closeby that have Brembos available.
    Yes, They have to come off a 2005-2014 Mustang. Click the link in the comment above yours and it will give tons of details.

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    Finally fired up my 440 today. It's a 440 with aluminum heads, tti headers, lunati 268/276 cam, and I'm running FiTech efi that will control the timing through a billet mechanical Firecore distributor. Very happy with the FiTech so far!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCdYUiGa4ys

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    Nice, I'll bet that's a a real good feeling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garner7555 View Post
    Finally fired up my 440 today. It's a 440 with aluminum heads, tti headers, lunati 268/276 cam, and I'm running FiTech efi that will control the timing through a billet mechanical Firecore distributor. Very happy with the FiTech so far!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCdYUiGa4ys
    I bought the fitech last winter that I still haven't put on yet (due to building a house) But I'm also running the firecore distributor as well - I may have questions for you in the next month or two when I get to finally install it! Car sounds great!
    Build thread!!!http://www.protouringmopar.com/showthread.php?796-1971-Speedipus-Rex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brads70 View Post
    Nice, I'll bet that's a a real good feeling!
    It is. I should have been to this point a year ago, so it's good to finally have time to work on it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dangina View Post
    I bought the fitech last winter that I still haven't put on yet (due to building a house) But I'm also running the firecore distributor as well - I may have questions for you in the next month or two when I get to finally install it! Car sounds great!

    Same here, I've had the FiTech for well over a year. Time is very limited sometimes. I'm no expert on the FiTech, but I will be glad to help if I can. It will be a while before I can test drive it, but I like the FiTech so far.

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    Final push to completion

    Been pushing lately to try to get the car complete. New wheels (18x10 & 18x8), with Michelin pilot sports, repainted the grill, tons of little things not in the pictures like insulation/sound deadener throughout the whole car, headliner, glass installation, finishing up the wiring using a universal American Autowire kit, ect. ect. Thanks, Clark.
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    Few more pictures.
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    Beautiful ride!

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