Vented 12" Corvette C-4 rotors will add that stylish look with your 16 or 17 inch rims. This brake upgrade will increase your stopping power by 20% better than the stock 1988 brake system, while still using the stock 1988 front and rear calipers and hubs.With these larger rotors, brake fade is minimized for peace of mind and confidence in high-speed stopping. This brake system will not fit the stock 15 inch wheels. The larger 16 or 17 inch wheels will have to be used with this brake rotor upgrade. The two rings shown at the top are hub-centric rings used to align the rotors to the Fiero hub. This kit comes with mounting bolts shown and instructions. The stock calipers and brake lines for the 1988 Fiero are used in this upgrade.
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12 Inch Front Brake Kit
These 50 mm calipers are the same calipers as those used on the stock 1988 Fiero. The stock caliper design facilitates using the 12 inch rotor, keeping full brake pad contact on the rotor. Stock brake lines will work well with this upgrade, however, steel-braided brake lines are recommended for a better brake pedal feel.
*We recommend new brake pads when doing this installation.
Caliper Mounting Adapters
These custom Fiero front adapters couple the 1988 Fiero calipers to the existing Fiero suspension. New hardware is provided for mounting these adapters. With our Fiero adapters, no modification to the caliper is necessary, easily facilitating this installation. Total installation time required is about 10 minutes.
Re-machined front Vet rotors and concentricity rings.
The concentricity rings are required when mounting the new Vet rotors on your Fiero. The rotors have been re-drilled for 5/100 bolt pattern. We use these rotors because they are easily accessible for future replacement, should it ever become necessary.
Sixteen inch (16") or larger wheels are required for clearance on this larger brake installation. These new front brakes afford considerably more braking power to the front of the vehicle. We, therefore, recommend defeating the rear proportioning valve to enable more brake pressure to the rear brake system to complement the stopping power of the new 12 Inch front brakes.