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Baer® Introduces the Grizzly Front brake system for the 2015-2017 Ford Mustang


The Grizzly is the next evolution of monoblock brake systems designed to offer a substantial improvement over today’s larger, more modern brake systems found on late model vehicles. The Grizzly is a large format Monoblock caliper machined out of one solid piece of aerospace grade aluminum and features top loaded pads (with removable bridge), castellated pistons, and features dust and weather seals to meet DOT specifications.


The Grizzly system for the Mustang will include the GR6 calipers (standard finish of Red, Black or Silver, custom color available) as well as 15 x 1.4” 72 vane directional rotors, full floating hats, brackets and pads. This is a complete system, and designed as a direct bolt on, and is matched to the factory hydraulic system so no master cylinder change is needed.

  • Designed for 15” rotors, 1.4” thick
  • Monoblock design proves unparalleled strength, and light weight
  • 2 piece rotor castings are purpose built, and directional featuring 72 directional vanes
  • Full floating rotor hardware

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