82-92 Pontiac Trans Am F-Body Front Drag Racing Brakes (w/ New Aluminum Hub) 001-0209AJE
Racing Use Only, Not Legal for Road Use
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82-92 Pontiac Trans Am 3rd Gen F-Body Front Drag Brake (w/ New Aluminum Hub) 001-0209AJE
TBM Brakes afford racers one of the lightest and highest performing brake setup on the market. These brakes have proven themselves in every realm from Top Fuel Dragsters to Hot Rod Drag Week and everything in between. TBM is quickly becoming the winning edge in brake system design. With a revolutionary design TBM Brakes has lower drag and friction than competitors. Lower rolling resistance means quicker ET and better overall performance as well as longer pad life.
This front brake kit for a 1982-92 Pontiac Firebird / Trans Am / Chevrolet Camaro 3rd Gen F-Body is for mounting to a stock disc brake style spindle.
Included in this kit:
- F1 2 piston calipers 002-0054SSP-1 / 002-0054SSP-2
- #1 Standard F1 Pads 6-1019 or #85 Aggressive Braking F1 Pads 6-006485
- 10.75x .310 steel revolution rotors 3-10753105525D
- Aluminum caliper mounting brackets 16-0216AJE
- Aluminum 5 on 4.75 hubs 8-103
- Timken bearing, races and seals
- 1/2 -20” wheel studs
- Mounting Hardware Kit 011-0209
For custom bolt pattern please contact us directly, otherwise OE factory bolt pattern will be issued.
TBM 2 Piston (F1/DR-1) Front Drag Racing Brake Kits are extremely lightweight and are not suitable for use with factory rear brakes/proportioning. They must be used with a properly installed aftermarket-style 4 piston rear brake kit.
Please note: #85 compound pads need only be used in hard braking situations. We do not recommend or suggest these for any situations where light braking or non extreme conditions are not present.
This kit fits:
- 82-92 Chevy Camaro / Pontiac Firebird / Trans Am
*Please call for lead times before ordering*
*Please use red Loctite on all rotor bolts*
We recommend using TBM DOT 5.1 Extreme 6 Brake Fluid for all TBM Brake Kits. You'll need at least 4 (12 oz) bottles of fluid when building and plumbing a new system that is empty.