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Performance & Hotrod Business - July '15

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28 n Performance & Hotrod Business n July 2015 PERFORMANCE a complete system, and not just one aspect or component within it. And whether it is brakes or any other technical product line, the shops that are most successful are those that have dedi- cated themselves to becoming educated and aware of not only how these products work, but what is generally available to them from the aftermarket. Over the past years, Wilwood has made major investments in the development of our online catalog and the technical infor- mation available on our website. There are thousands of brake products covering thousands of vehicle applications listed in what we feel is the most comprehensive performance brake resource in the world. In a matter of minutes, any retailer or builder can quickly discover detailed technical specifications and application data for what is the largest cross-section of performance brake products available from any single source. Baer Brake Systems Phoenix Rick Elam Sales Manager Our hottest performance brake product for 2015 is … … Baer Brake Systems' all-new Remaster master cylinder. The Remaster has wide reach, is machined in-house, features a compact design and is customizable. Its best features include … … Baer is renowned for its performance braking systems, and the company applied the same engineering expertise to the Remaster. The engineering team started with a blank sheet of paper to develop a master cylinder that would solve fitment and performance issues faced by builders of street-driven performance cars and race vehicles alike. The Remaster is available with right- hand or left-hand port configurations. An Baer's Remaster is a direct replacement for other master cylinders, and is available with Ford, GM and Mopar bolt patterns. (Photo courtesy Baer Brake Systems) Baer's engineering team started with a blank sheet of paper to develop a master cylinder that would solve fitment and performance issues faced by builders of street-driven performance cars and race vehicles alike. (Photo courtesy Baer Brake Systems) Opportunities for enthusiast drivers to participate in sanctioned off-highway events has created awareness, need and demand for fortified brake system components. (Photo courtesy Wilwood Engineering)

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