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Curing Tire & Wheel Fitment Problems with Narrow Disc Brakes
Tommy Lee Byrd Nov 5, 2018
Curing Tire & Wheel Fitment Problems with Narrow Disc Brakes
We fix tire rub issues with a set of CPP drum offset narrow disc brakes on a 1964 Chevelle. See what it takes to narrow the track width. » Read More
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Fixing Brake Pad Knockback with a Floating Axle System from Baer
Steven Rupp Aug 31, 2018
Fixing Brake Pad Knockback with a Floating Axle System from Baer
If your Chevy has a live axle and you're experiencing knockback, there’s an easy fix in the form of a full floating axle system from Baer. » Read More
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How to Restore Brakes to Factory-Spec in a Long-Neglected 1995 C4
Jeremy D. Clough Jul 13, 2018
How to Restore Brakes to Factory-Spec in a Long-Neglected 1995 C4
Learn how to restore the factory brakes system of a 1995 Corvette. » Read More
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Disc Brake Conversion for Your 1963-1964 Vette
Tommy Lee Byrd Jun 8, 2018
Disc Brake Conversion for Your 1963-1964 Vette
Our 1964 Corvette project car is getting a set of Wilwood disc brakes. Follow along as we toss the original drum brakes into the swap meet pile. » Read More
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Updating Your 1964 Corvette with a Wilwood Master Cylinder
Tommy Lee Byrd Jun 8, 2018
Updating Your 1964 Corvette with a Wilwood Master Cylinder
Upgrade a 1964 Corvette brake system with a Wilwood tandem master cylinder and proportioning valve. » Read More
Upgrading from a Single to Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder on Your Early Corvette
Upgrading from a single master cylinder reservoir to a dual unit on your early Corvette. » Read More
James Berry Feb 15, 2018
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Upgrading from a Single to Dual Reservoir Master Cylinder on Your Early Corvette
Corvette C4 and C5 Wilwood Brake Swap in an Afternoon
Install Wilwood SLC56 and DPC56 four-piston disc brakes and replace the old PBRs. » Read More
Jim Smart Jul 12, 2017
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Corvette C4 and C5 Wilwood Brake Swap in an Afternoon
Freshening up the Disc Brakes on your C3 Corvette
Rebuilding front disc brakes on a 1969 (C3) Corvette. » Read More
James Berry Apr 28, 2017
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Freshening up the Disc Brakes on your C3 Corvette
C5 Braking Performance with Wilwood Curved Vane Rotors and Four-Piston Calipers
Making the most of your C5 braking performance with Wilwood GT 48 Curved Vane Spec-37 rotors and four-piston calipers. » Read More
Jim Smart Apr 12, 2017
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C5 Braking Performance with Wilwood Curved Vane Rotors and Four-Piston Calipers
Improve Your Chevelle’s Stance, Stopping Power, and Traction
Brakes should be number one on your to-do list if you’re planning on driving your classic Chevy regularly. » Read More
Tommy Lee Byrd Mar 27, 2017
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Improve Your Chevelle’s Stance, Stopping Power, and Traction
EBC Brake Pad and Rotor Upgrade
Everybody needs brakes. Even a mildly warmed-over 305 Malibu needs to be able to come abruptly to a stop when necessary. » Read More
Jeff Smith Feb 16, 2017
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EBC Brake Pad and Rotor Upgrade
How to Upgrade Your Street Brakes for Track Duty
To get a street-built 1967 Camaro ready for the track we upgrade its Wilwood brake system with some of their parts designed for heavy track ... » Read More
Steven Rupp Jan 4, 2017
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How to Upgrade Your Street Brakes for Track Duty
Max Stop for C3 Vettes
There’s still plenty to do on Scarlett, our 1972 coupe project car, as we near the end of the heavy mechanical work. After installing the ... » Read More
Jeremy D. Clough Nov 7, 2016
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Max Stop for C3 Vettes
Week to Wicked: Day Five…Electrical and Brakes
We are coming close to wrapping up our Week to Wicked presented by Classic Performance Products. Finishing up bleeding the brakes, making ... » Read More
Brian Brennan Oct 7, 2016
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Week to Wicked: Day Five…Electrical and Brakes
C2 and C3 On-Car Corvette Rotor Fix
The Corvette ownership experience has always been unique. It’s a Chevrolet first and foremost, but from the fiberglass body to the ... » Read More
Barry Kluczyk Sep 7, 2016
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C2 and C3 On-Car Corvette Rotor Fix

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