Will do and thx Wiggles...
"The VR6 was an orchestra of well-tuned cylindrical delights." - jalopnik.com
Originally Posted by Ryan E.
The Calipers use a M10 x 1.0 Banjo Fitting.
So you'll need new fronts, but you would want to keep upgraded rears if you have them.
I'd imagine if you're upgrading, you could sell your front brakes with those fresh lines included.
Received more info today...
below is the pad that will be used with the RacingBrake caliper.
FMSI (Friction Materials Standards Institute) Pad D#1149
R32 FMSI #8519 = 63.8x19.3x116 (Width/Thickness/Length)
RB460 FMSI #8259 (actual pad) = 60x16.5x139
This pad is also used by Jeep and most any brake manufacture will have any compound you need (street/track).
These pads will have a little more friction area compared to OEM.
Originally Posted by Mr_Peach
This is just me trying to wrap my head around FMSI numbers
and how we might source pads (I don't want to be forced to always go back to RB for them).
Found this page:
S/N FMSI D Number FMSI Friction Number Make Model Location Year
1552 D1149 8259 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE FRONT 2006-2007
Even given the vehicle model info above, it's still challenging for me to find a selection of pads that I can tell for sure will fit.
Carbothech Grand Cherokee SRT-8 Front* F: CT1149 2005-2010
Optimum Authorized Opti-Coat Pro Installer & United Motorsport Flashing - Chicago Area * RacingBrake
.:R32T, Stock Internals
PT6265, SRI, 268/272, UM Tune @ 15PSI