CARSON, Calif. – StopTech, the high-performance arm of Centric Parts, is providing the stopping power for the HOONIGAN Land Speed Camaro being built to challenge the 200 miles per hour mark later this year.
HOONIGAN is documenting the creation of the Camaro on its HOONIGAN Project Cars” YouTube channel during the weekly Busted Knuckle Garage segments.
The segment featuring the brakes includes both a thorough examination of the StopTech kit, as well as a look at the company’s research and development facility.
StopTech’s choice of components for the Camaro are six-piston STR60 Trophy front calipers grabbing 15-inch two-piece rotors. In the rear, a four-piston Trophy caliper married to a 13-inch rotor completes the package.
HOONIGAN is stuffing an LBZ Duramax Diesel Engine fitted with compound turbochargers into the engine bay of the fifth-generation Camaro to take on the land-speed record.
The YouTube segment can be viewed by clicking on the link below:
StopTech Balanced Brake Upgrades® are fully engineered, bolt-on systems for production cars and trucks and production-based competition vehicles, requiring little or no modification to the chassis or suspension. The more than 650 available applications include forged, billet or squeeze-forged calipers, street performance pads, caliper mounting brackets, directional patented AeroRotors®, DOT-compliant stainless-steel brake lines and all hardware required for a complete installation. StopTech brake systems are engineered, manufactured and tested utilizing the most advanced technology available today.
In 2013, StopTech earned full ISO/TS 16949:2009 Quality Management System certification for the design and manufacture of automotive brake systems and components, allowing the company to supply OEM vehicle assembly plants directly in a Tier 1 relationship.
StopTech Balanced Brake Upgrades® provide that supercar look while delivering superior control and stopping distance equal to or better than stock brake systems. They are the ultimate brake system upgrade to support extended track lapping sessions or aggressive street driving in powerful cars.