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Power Stop® (05-21) Mopar V8 Z26 Street Warrior Brake Kit with Powder Coated Calipers (4-Piston Front Calipers)

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  • Regular price $1,549.95




Compatible: (5.7L/6.2L/6.4L; 4 Piston Front Calipers)

2005 - 2021 Chrysler 300 

2005 - 2021 Dodge Challenger 

2005 - 2021 Dodge Charger

2005 - 2008 Dodge Magnum

 

Price Includes Refundable Caliper Core Charge:

Front/Rear - $235.46
Front - $130
Rear - $105.46


 




 


Z26 STREET WARRIOR BRAKE UPGRADE KIT WITH POWDER COATED CALIPERS

The Z26 Street Warrior Brake Upgrade Kit is recommended for high performance, high horsepower muscle and modified cars. Including pads, rotors, powder coated calipers, and stainless steel hardware, this kit comes with everything you need for easy installation. Our Drilled & Slotted rotors and Carbon-Fiber Ceramic pads combine to provide shorter stops under the most demanding conditions. The PowerStop Z26 Street Warrior Upgrade Brake Kit is the only bolt-on upgrade that delivers more than just the braking power you need to rein in all those ponies, though. With our low dust and noise formula, you’ll spend less time cleaning those wheels and more time enjoying what matters most – the drive.


 

Specs:

Item Front Rear
Bolt Circle (in) 4.5 4.5
Bolt Circle (mm) 115 115
Diameter (in) 14.2 13.8
Diameter (mm) 360 350
Height (in) 2.3 2.7
Height (mm) 58 68
Hub Hole Diameter (in) 2.9 2.8
Hub Hole Diameter (mm) 73 72
Minimum Thickness (in) 1.2 1
Minimum Thickness (mm) 30 26
Nominal Thickness (in) 1.3 1.1
Nominal Thickness (mm) 32 28
# of Holes OR Studs 5 5
Rotor Construction HAT HAT
Solid / Vented VENTED VENTED
Stud / Stud Hole Size 16.7 16.7




Includes:

Evolution Drilled and Slotted Performance Rotors
Red Powder Coated Brake Calipers
Z26 Evolution Sport Carbon Fiber Infused Ceramic Brake Pads
Premium Hardware
Pin Bushing Kit and Hi-Temp Lubricant
Pad Shims 

 

BRAKE CALIPER INSTALL TIPS & TRICKS


Installing a brake caliper on your vehicle? You’ve come to the right place. Brake Calipers are very important to the brake system as brake fluid flows to the piston(s) in the caliper to press the brake pads onto the rotor. We recommend the following tips and important steps when installing a new brake caliper:

 

 



BRAKE CALIPER INSTALLATION TIPS TO FOLLOW:

Double check the caliper guide pins for proper torque. It’s important to tighten the caliper guide pin slide bolts to your vehicle’s recommended torque specification before completing the installation.

If your kit doesn’t include a caliper bracket, be sure to clean the original bracket thoroughly with brake parts cleaner and lubricate the guide pins with hi-temp caliper grease.

Use a brass wire brush and brake parts cleaner to remove any rust and brake pad residue from the bracket. Also, install new abutment clips if you need to.

Some applications call for replacing the brake hose-to-caliper crush washer. A new crush washer creates a tight seal that prevents leaks. Your vehicle’s service manual should provide when to do this.

Check the rubber dust boots that cover the base of the guide pins. Dust boots allow lubricant to escapes and debris to enter the system if damaged or unsecured. This can lead to premature wear of the guide pins.

Use high-temp grease to lubricate the abutment clips in the areas where the brake pad backing plate makes contact.

Bleed your brake lines according to your vehicles service manual. Brake calipers have small orifices within them that can get clogged by debris that has accumulated in the system.

Poorly maintained brake fluid absorbs moisture from the atmosphere. Over time, this causes rust to form. Bleeding the brake lines prior to installing new calipers removes the accumulated water and debris, which ensures proper function and maximum performance from your brakes.

Check your car’s service manual for the recommended torque specifications and double check all fasteners. Be sure to pay special attention to bolts that call for thread-locker. Hi-temp thread locker fluid or paste is often used on these critical fasteners to ensure they do not back out due to the extreme stresses that brakes are subject to. Excessive heat, vibration, and torque can cause caliper bolts to come loose if they are not properly treated and torqued before use.

PowerStop supplies all hardware and brake lubricant with each caliper and brake kit where applicable.

 

Power Stop® Brake Pad Procedure:

 

 

 

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