CPP C5 spindle question (CP30014)

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by jvle95, Jun 19, 2019.

  1. badazz81z28

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    I don’t see why the Baer caliper wouldn’t work (C5) application. That’s what I use on my car. I have C5 spindles on my DSE frame, used the C6 caliper and moved over to the 6P.
     
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    C6 caliper works? What’s the differences between the c5 and c6?
     
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    45B577DC-FE61-4399-85D0-1CFC12288B29.png The only difference between the C5 and C6 was the casting. They are interchangeable.(non Z06)
     
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    Oh that looks much better, now if I could get it without corvette on it.
     
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    You can...
     
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    I thought I read somewhere that newer camaro calipers will bolt up also? And the pistons were bigger or something
     
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    That I’m not sure about, but I believe the 4th gen Camaro caliper is interchangeable with the C5
     
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    If you go through K.O.R.E. Industry, they are very well knowledges on this topic. Little pricey but worth the quality and knowledge. There are several options for the C5’s! I’ve changed mine a couple times trying to find the right setup for autocross.
    Also, yes, fourth and fifth gens are interchangeable with the C5.
    Here’s the KORE link:
    http://www.kore3.com/proddetail.php?prod=10126-02
     
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    Are you designing these brake kits with piston dia., master cylinder bore, pedal ratio, pad surface area etc. all accounted for since they all play on each other?
     
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    That might be over thinking it a bit? I have a disc/disc master and proportioning valve then slapped the c5 brakes on it. Pedal feels great and my car stops on a dime. They work really well for the cost I think. Did some research and there r guys on pro-touring.com forums running these spindles with the c6 zo6 14” rotors and 6 piston calipers, said they bolt right up.
     

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