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Hellcat Front and Rear Brakes

Front Hellcat 6 Piston Brake Setup



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If you are looking to add the Hellcat Front Brakes to your car, this is an OEM package that includes:

Calipers
Rotors
Front Knuckles (For Non SRT Vehicles)
Brake Pads
Anti Rattle Clips

Please note that these were mated with a 20 x 9.5 Wheel, clearance could be an issue if you have smaller wheels. Purchase of new wheels may be necessary.
Hellcat Rear Brake Setup


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If you are looking to add the Hellcat Rear Brakes to your car, this is an OEM package that includes:

Calipers
Rotors
Brake Pads
Anti Rattle Clips

Please note that these were mated with a 20 x 9.5 Wheel, clearance could be an issue if you have smaller wheels. Purchase of new wheels may be necessary.
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Front: Hellcat OEM Front Brake System
Rear:Hellcat OEM Rear Brake System

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Wow, $3400 to just get front rotors and calipers for my Scat Pack. These are still on my list but I will have to find them for half that price to make it worth it.
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Wow, $3400 to just get front rotors and calipers for my Scat Pack. These are still on my list but I will have to find them for half that price to make it worth it.
But they are about 1k less than the aftermarket 15" 6 piston Brembo Kit for the SRT.

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The brakes on the fronts of these cars remind me of my CL65 that I had. The rotors cost 1400 each for the fronts to replace. I believe they were the same size as these that come on the 392 and Hellcat. Here's another reason to get the 392 vs the Scatpack. For the difference in cost you are truly getting a different car.


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They are amazing brakes and would be a good upgrade for older SRT cars that are due for replacing ... or someone who tracks their car a lot on the road course.

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I am someone who will do a lot of track days in my car. Because of that I'm even more concerned than most people about the cost of replacement rotors and calipers. These have to come down in price or the best target market for the system can't afford it.
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How much would just the rotors be?


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List is about $850 per rotor, but we sell them for $614 each --> Hellcat OEM Front 15.4 Inch 2 Piece Rotor
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I would wait for the aftermarket to produce some decent replacement rotors. $614 for a rotor is ridiculous (not Speedlogix's fault). Mopar is simply gouging due to the popularity of the Hellcat.

Eventually some Baer replacement rotors and Carbotech pads would be a good setup. Then get the factory front calipers. Much cheaper and most likely a better setup. I guarantee you that Carbotech will make a superior pad to the OEM pad.
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I would wait for the aftermarket to produce some decent replacement rotors. $614 for a rotor is ridiculous (not Speedlogix's fault). Mopar is simply gouging due to the popularity of the Hellcat.

Eventually some Baer replacement rotors and Carbotech pads would be a good setup. Then get the factory front calipers. Much cheaper and most likely a better setup. I guarantee you that Carbotech will make a superior pad to the OEM pad.
We are retrofitting these brakes to my 06 SRT road race Chargr, so trust me, we will be looking to get some good options for replacement pads and rotors for the Hellcat crowd
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