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Joyner T2 Brake upgrade

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This is I believe a much needed topic since I feel they Suck as bad as my 04 GTO did before it's upgrade. I don't know if there is any interest out there but I'm working on a project of sorts to help this lead sled to stop. If this works out it will be a bolt on caliper kit hopefully just using our front brake lines.

Time will tell if it will work or not. Hope to have completed and tested in the next month. I will let you know. It will just be a big upgraded caliper kit with brackets.

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I'm only doing one side just to see if it is going to be a great improvement.

Going to be a 4 piston set up. Bolt on. No mod necessary to our Buggys. Will keep updated. Should know this week.

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Well there prettier lol! Seems to be grabbing harder but tuff to tell. I only put one on to see if there was a difference. I'm gonna run it around more and see if it's worth it.

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My brembo upgrade stops a lot better.There should be a pic in my gallery. The only thing that sucks is they aren't a floating caliper and they squeal more than I would like. I think there could be much improvement if it had a single master cylinder.

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Yeah. They are off a motorcycle. I just ordered them off ebay. They are dual piston one on each side. Then I made a mounting bracket out of plate steel.

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