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Hellcat is a beat of a car! Interior, hood, wheels, engine, the list goes on! I wonder if anyone has some close-up pictures of the front and rear brakes. On the videos, those front brakes are massive, would like to see some still photos. Thanks!
 

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You can see the brakes on drivesrt.com. Also, a google image search will show some as well.
 

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Front's are Six Piston Brembo's with 15.4" Floating Rotors.

Rears are standard SRT Four Piston Calipers with 13.8" Non Floating Rotors (Because of the Parking Brake).
 

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What does floating mean?
Floating means it is a two piece design that makes up the "rotor" The blade(What the brake caliper clamps on too when braking), and the carrier(Attaches to the hub). The blade is connected to the carrier by buttons or t-locks. Long story short, it helps keeps the heat generated from braking onto the blade itself and does not transfer to the carrier. This reduces chances for warpage and since the blade "floats" or tracks with the caliper, it can maintain better, more consistent braking.
 

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Yes the outer iron ring gets replaced the "Hat" or center section does not have to be
replaced.
 
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