Do you have some test data that shows the before/after stopping distance?
Looking for a reason why your system is $1000.00 better than a better known competitor.
Also, the cad dwg you posted doesn't really show a significant size difference, but there is one on your site that does. Can you explain what that pic on here is supposed to be?
We do not. I would love to have that data, but logistics didn't allow that.
I don't follow your math. Perhaps you clicked on the kit for all 4 corners? Front kit is $1199 complete (with deals coming shortly). Our competitor's kits, when you add the master cylinder, are right there with us as far price goes. Do we have a competitor with a kit for $199? I'd be wary of that kit.
If you want a 4 corner system, we can do that as well. It'll cost twice as much. You're getting twice the brakes.
We're not here to be the cheapest. We are here to be the best. These are not re-purposed production parts. Our of all our brake parts are designed for racing. They are all designed and made right here in the USA.
I guess our definition of "significant" is different. I don't mean to be flippant, but the drawing is self-explanatory. The passenger side is our brakes, the driver's side is stock brakes. The drawing is just a visual representation.
Typically because our calipers are stiffer, they are smaller and lighter than comparable calipers. In many instances we can get the same performance with a 2 piston caliper that our competitors are getting with a 4 piston caliper.
These are the same F4 calipers (different rotors) that are used on Ultra4 cars.
Tony Pellegrino has been using TBM Brakes for years on his 4485 car.
The Hells Bells 666 car uses Rockwell axles with only one F4 per axle. Different braking concepts I admit.
I hope all this helps. I understand you're suspect. You should be. Feel free to give us a call to discuss if you'd like.