Part I: Rear disc installation
It's 2001 and every performance car worth its salt has monster-sized rear disc brakes. What's an owner of a vintage Firebird to do? One option is to look for a factory rear disc brake setup, pay top dollar and then replace all of the worn parts for more cash. Another choice is to give Stainless Steel Brakes Corporation a call. The company has a rear disc brake kit, which employs single-piston calipers with 10.5-inch rotors that bolt right onto the corporate 10-bolt found in most Second Gen. Firebirds.
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