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    Brembo 6 piston rotor part number?

    Has anyone successfully unearthed the actual Brembo part number for the 6 piston brake rotors?

    In addition, has anyone figured out a cross reference for these rotors on other vehicles? There are lots of vehicles out there now with 6 piston brembo setups. I have to imagine that the rotor portion has to be the same on several of these.

    I know DBA makes replacement rotors for the stock hats, but would like to go with original Brembos if I can without getting bent over buying mopar parts.

    Any ideas?
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    Why not call them and ask?


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    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    Why not call them and ask?
    I've tried!! Left multiple messages. Sent multiple emails for information requests. No one ever bothers to call or email back. :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radius118 View Post
    I've tried!! Left multiple messages. Sent multiple emails for information requests. No one ever bothers to call or email back. :(
    Oh man. That’s not very good customer service.
    Hopefully someone here has an answer for you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    Oh man. That’s not very good customer service.
    Hopefully someone here has an answer for you.
    Tell me about it. Really frustrating.

    And it's not just Brembo. I can get DBA to give me the time of day either. When I try to look up Hellcat rotors on their site there is no listing, but yet eBay has a listing for their rotors that fit a HC. Trying to verify parts numbers from them and getting nothing but crickets there too.

    I guess these people don't want to sell any parts? I don't know....

    It seems logical that with the proliferation of 6 pot Brembo setups coming from OEMs in the last few years - Camaro, CTS-V, etc, etc, that some of these companies would be using the same rotor as the HC.

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    A while back I spent too much time searching for the rotor rings (OEM) and couldn't find anything.

    Now that Centric has OEM-type full replacements, I became less interested in rings. The full replacements are pretty inexpensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by someotherguy View Post
    A while back I spent too much time searching for the rotor rings (OEM) and couldn't find anything.

    Now that Centric has OEM-type full replacements, I became less interested in rings. The full replacements are pretty inexpensive.

    Richard
    Do you happen to have a part number? Centric and Stoptech are both owned by APC. I've gone through their online catalog and did not find replacement front HC rotors.

    I do know that Powerstop is making replacements but they are one piece rotors for around the same cost you can find DBA replacement rings for. :/

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    Ref diboblo's thread from 10-2018 - Hellcat & 392 New Front Rotor Option!

    Centric part # 126.63088 though finding them still does appear to be a little tricky. I did see 2 of them on eBay just now for $306/ea which is a little higher than the initial findings.. and the picture is just a generic rotor picture; don't be misled by that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by someotherguy View Post
    Ref diboblo's thread from 10-2018 - Hellcat & 392 New Front Rotor Option!

    Centric part # 126.63088 though finding them still does appear to be a little tricky. I did see 2 of them on eBay just now for $306/ea which is a little higher than the initial findings.. and the picture is just a generic rotor picture; don't be misled by that.

    Richard
    Thank you! Awesome info! I just looked on rockauto and they are out of stock though. :(

    But I am patient, I can wait.

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    I would try strange or wil wood and see if they offer anything that crosses over.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DBL.DWN View Post
    I would try strange or wil wood and see if they offer anything that crosses over.
    I will look, thanks.

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    I just got off the phone with Centric. Their rotors are another 30-45 days out. Plus they are of course going up in price. Street price is expected to be around $325.00 or so.

    So now I'm thinking of buying the DBA rings. I have searched through the threads looking for some more information on the DBA rotors but can't seem to figure out if they come with the hardware. Any ideas on this?

    Edit: Actually got the DBA USA rep on the phone. The answer is no. They do not come with hardware. Kinda cheesy if you ask me since Brembo of course recommends replacing all of the hardware.
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    More Info: Found out that Centric makes a single piece replacement for these rotors if someone wants to go cheap. Part number is 226.63088. Currently available from a variety of sources. Summit has them for $71 each. Not found on rockauto.

    Also talked to a guy who specializes in Brembo racing brake set ups. Apparently the reason no one can get a part number from Brembo is because Brembo is contractually bound to Chrysler not to release these rotors on the secondary market. IE, Chrysler trying to stick it to all of us.

    I have spent WAY too much time delving into this instead of working today, but I also found out something else. The AC Delco part number for the CTS-V rotors is 177-145 Left and 177-1146 Right. Impossible to tell from the pictures, but it sure looks like these are the same rotors without the cooling slots. BUT, these rotors have curved cooling fins on the rotors versus the straight fins on the HC rotors. So it might be a wash. In any event, it would be interesting to order these and do some measuring. Again, judging from the pictures, they use the same hardware as HC cars. If they measured out correctly you could buy these, take them apart, toss the hats and remount the rotors on the HC hats.

    And one final thing. The hardware Brembo uses to mount the rotors to the hats on the OEM brake systems is unique. It is different than the racing rotors and it not available anywhere! I looked for at least 2 hours trying to find and could not. Depending on who you ask, the torque spec on the nuts/bolts is either 62 or 112 inch pounds of torque. Considering that these are only little 5mm bolts, I think I would go with the 62 spec! If you break one then it's not the end of the world. Any decent fastener house should be able to get you 10.9 grade socket head cap screws to replace them with. I am thinking of going this route with stainless fasteners.


    Hope all the info helps someone. If anyone tries the ACDelco rotors I would be curious to know how that worked out.

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