The 5th-generation Camaro may be out of production now, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the aftermarket stops growing for that particular segment. Aftermarket supercharger kits, turbo systems, suspension upgrades and of course, brake kit upgrades!
Our friends over at Baer have 5th-gen owners covered. In fact, they have for quite some time — but now there’s another offering from them on the table — the Pro+ 14.4, for the rear!
Baer Brake Systems expands offerings for 2010-2015 Camaro with the addition of the Pro+ 14.4” rear
Las Vegas, NV – Baer Brake Systems continues to lead the industry with complete braking solutions with the introduction of the Pro+ 14 rear for the 2010-2015 Camaro. This Pro+ rear system features the popular 6P (6 piston) radial mount caliper mounted to a 14.4” 2 piece rotor.
The Pro+ 14” rear features the same looking caliper as the front (but machined specifically for rear use) and are designed to reuse the factory park brake. Systems are available in Red, Black or Silver (custom colors available at additional cost), and the rotors come standard in a fully dressed slot, drill, zinc plated finish.
The 6P caliper is machined to accept the factory Corvette C5/C6 front pad so replacements are easily accessible. Baer prides itself on designing and building each of these calipers completely in house, utilizing US sourced materials. All calipers feature stainless pad abutments, as well as anti rattle springs. Calipers are also designed with proper road going dust/weather seals as well as correct Banjo type fittings.
4302492 Pro+ 14.4” Rear MAP $2,295.00
- Direct bolt on system, no modifications necessary
- Complete cosmetic matching front and rear upgrade
- 2-Piece design delivers lightweight stopping power
- Designed to work with the factory drum in hat park brake
Being infatuated with cars since he was a toddler, AutoCentric Media Founder and Editor, Rick Seitz, has a true love and passion for all vehicles. When he isn’t tuning, testing, or competing with the brand’s current crop of project vehicles, he’s busy tinkering and planning the next modifications for his own cars.