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Brand new pair of AP Racing Radi-Cal CP5780 4-pot Monobloc calipers available for sale. These are the same calipers used on the fronts of BTCC (British Touring Car Championship) and WTCC (World Touring Car Championship) race cars such as the Chevrolet Cruze and BMW E90 3-series. This is as good as it gets when it comes to braking hardware. These 4-pots are more exotic, expensive, and higher grade than the 6-pot AP calipers used in DTM.
-Milled from a solid block of forged billet aluminum alloy
-Internally ported (no external fluid pipes)
-Hard anodized (paint and powercoat are not ideal for racing)
-Assymetrical Radi-Cal patented and industry leading design for optimal weight and strength
-Solid and ventilated titanium pistons (ceramic piston caps available from AP)
-Optional carbon cooling ducts fitted
-Stainless steel mounting bosses & wear plates,
-Dry break (quick disconnect) fitted to one of the calipers (can be had in SS or titanium)
-Weight: 4.18 lbs per caliper (flyweight)
-Suits up to 343mmx34mm discs
-Can be mounted leading or trailing.


$7,000 obo. This is for track goers truly looking for an ultimate braking setup or for those who want to simply hard park into the next millenium. Sorry Brembo Gran Turismo (GT) owners. Those have nothing on these brakes, not even the GTR calipers. Please price these out (fitted with optional carbon ducts & titanium pistons) at any of the AP Racing 'racing' distributors such as Essex and then you'll realize I am selling these heavily discounted.


Local sale only in the Peninsula, SFO airport area. If interested and not local, have a local and trusted member assist with the transaction. Will post worldwide but only via bank transfer. Absolutely NO Paypal.


















 

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1/3 of the cost of my entire car. And what do these fit, a formula 1 car??
 

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IMO not worth it for are cars I would try selling those on eBay & I don’t think anyone will buy those from a new member too

I just looked too no PayPal no trusted payment or guarantee someone would get them. I eBay for trust& guarantee proposes. & I canonly imagine what it would cost for the rotors for this setup. 1 cow & 2goats + 7 chickens LOL


 

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IMO not worth it for are cars I would try selling those on eBay & I don’t think anyone will buy those from a new member too

I just looked too no PayPal no trusted payment or guarantee someone would get them. I eBay for trust& guarantee proposes. & I canonly imagine what it would cost for the rotors for this setup. 1 cow & 2goats + 7 chickens LOL



Reading comprehension my friend. LOCAL SALE ONLY or if interested have a local enthusiast close the transaction. Cruzetech is local to me so he can meet me and do the deed if someone is truly interested. I don't bite. Paypal is a scamming buyer's wet dream and selling on Ebay is risky for big buck items like these when shipping is factored in. I have been Ebaying since early 2000 so I think I know how the system works by now.

I know the Cruze is an econobox but there are always some hardcore members whom have deep pockets. Maybe the Sultan of Brunei has a few Cruzes in his collection =)

The hats and rotors are the cheap components for this setup, plus you can use 'off-brands' for those as well.
 
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