Pair of 14" Baer Eradispeed-Plus 2-Piece Front Brake Rotors for 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012 GT500, 2012-2013 Boss 302 Mustangs and 2011-2014 GT Mustangs with the Optional Brembo Brakes.
EradiSpeed-PLUS rotors - The "plus" indicates rotors that are of a 2-Piece design. An EradiSpeed-PLUS hat is CNC machined from billet and anodized black. The hats and rotors are joined with NAS (National Aerospace Standard) hardware. The same hardware used in Indy cars. With a 2-Piece design, EradiSpeed-PLUS units provide a welcome reduction in total rotor weight of approximately 3 to 6 lbs. per rotor, depending on application.
Key Features and Benefits:
- 2-Piece rotors provide LITE* direct replacement for OE applications
- Increased mass in the "firepath" (where the pad contacts the rotor friction surface)
- Directionally, curved vane design
- Employs an aluminum hat to provide a lower total weight
- NAS stainless hardware
- Cross-drilled, slotted and zinc coated surfaces
*LITE is Baer's Trademark - Denotes "Low Inertia-Thermally Efficient".
- Diameter: 14"
- Thickness: 1.250"
- Design: 2-piece
- Vented, Y/N: Y, Directionally curved vane
- Standard Finish: Slotted, Drilled and Zinc Plated
Product ReviewsWrite a review
I own a 2009 Mustang with the California Special package that has the factory Ford stock 18" rims and tires. Will these rotors fit and function with the Ford 18" Stock Rims?
I have 4-piston Brembo calipers for my 2008 Mustang Bullitt. Will the FRONT Baer 2 piece rotor work a 4-piston Brembo caliper?
I'm planing to get the Baer two piece rotors for my 2012 Boss 302 but I want to make sure they will fit on my stock car without having to buy new wheels. Thanks
My 2013 Boss has less than 4000 miles. Will the pads need to be replaced with the rotors? Are the rotors preassembled? If not, do they need to be safety wired, or will Locktite do?
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We are going to start with the front rotors that are moving the caliper so we are going to access the back of the rotor to remove it. Since this is the same size as the factory rotor it is going to be a direct swap. Once you get the caliper off, there is a small retaining clip that you have to remove to be able to remove the factory rotor.
This is our new, two piece Eradispeed rotor. You usually put one of the lug nuts on, just to hold the rotor flat because it makes it easier to line up the caliper. That's really all there is to it. A simple swap out and the rotor is going to stop the car a lot better, and cosmetically, it is a lot better to look at as well.
Now we are going to move on to the rears. The rear is a little more involved because you have to remove the caliper first, and then remove the caliper bracket, so we can install the extension to put our larger rotors on. You will also need to compress the caliper which does require a special tool.
We will pull the caliper off and put it aside. We will put a little lubricant on the piston so that the seal doesn't get drug when you turn it in so it doesn't damage it. All it takes is a few turns to get it compressed properly. Now you are going to move the caliper bracket. Now that we have the caliper bracket off we are going to install the adapter from Baer. They are going to move our calipers outward allowing us to use the fourteen inch rotors.
Once you get the bracket in place, you'll want to torque it down before you install your new rotor. The rotors are side specific, so make sure you grab the correct one. The lug nut again helps hold the rotor until you can put the bracket back on with the caliper. Now I will put the pads back on the caliper bracket first and then we will reinstall our factory caliper, and our rear installation is finished. Now we are able to get the same size breaks all the way around without having to change the caliper. Installation as we showed you is pretty straight forward and now we are going to move on to our JLT intake.
Now that we have improved the breaking our next step is to improve the horsepower. We will pull up our factory intake and add this JLT cold air intake. If the car has strut powered brake you do have to remove it so you can remove the cover to get the tube off of the throttle body. We removed the factory sound tube and it is optional to keep it, but with the JLT you are not really going to need it. What it does with the factory air intake it funnels the noise inside the interior so you can hear it. The JLT pulls a lot more air, so you will not need that.
Once you remove the factory tube and the factory box you will want to remove the factory snorkel, as well. That will allow more air to get through the radiator and get up into your JLT. You want to transfer your sensor from your original air box over to your JLT before you install it.
Now we are going to install the heat shield that comes with the JLT intake. One end is going to mount to the stud where the air duct was, and the other one is going to mount to the fender where the factory air box bolts in.
Once you get the heat shield installed you are going to want to fit your JLT cold air kit. Now we are going to plug back in our mass air harness and make sure the harness stays underneath your radiator cover and now we can plug the line back in and installation is finished. Before you can drive your Mustang you do have to reflash it with the tuner due to the fact that we changed the size of the mass air housing. The JLTs are available in a black finish painted to match your car or carbon fiber for all 2011 through 2014 Mustangs.