By looking at pbrperformance.com they don't even list brakes for Chevy? So how does GM buy there stuff from them, and how can I make them work for less $ than Baer?I believe they purchase the calipers from PBR (so does GM) and machine their logo on them. This of course jacks up the price.
I would rather piece a kit together myself and save the money.
I'm not entirely sure if the vendor is PBR. I believe baer calipers are the same as a C4/C5 vette's less the machined logo.By looking at pbrperformance.com they don't even list brakes for Chevy? So how does GM buy there stuff from them, and how can I make them work for less $ than Baer?
Having been Joe's guinea pig early on, I highly recommend his brake bracket designs! don't buy them from some random ebay guy that made them out of home depot metal!I'll meet or beat anyone's price on PBR calipers. That includes the C6 Z06 6 piston calipers.
Our first gen. F-body kit & '64-'72 A-body short spindle will launch at the end of March (after the '65-'73 Mustang to Cobra brake kit launches next week).
Baer brakes are nice though. I've owned a few Baer setups, but the money saved by doing the swap yourself can go to other areas of your hot rod.