When it was time for brakes on the blueberry, I had only one place in mind. TCE Performance Products. http://www.tceperformanceproducts.com
Todd is a mastermind with all things brake related, we discussed my needs, power level and target weight and he pointed me toward his Plus 3 kit. This includes.
FIT: Requires 17" or larger wheels.
NOTES: Greater rotor mass offers no benefits for the daily driver and street enthusiast. Of all the choices this kit also is the least wheel friendly often requiring 15mm or more wheel spacers.
I did find that my wheels fit with only needing a 5mm spacer up front.
In addition to the front kit, I eliminated the stock E-brake and got the Rear kit from TCE also.
Here are some pics of my roll cage set-up - Couldn't find anyone local to actually build the cage, so my friends at MKC let Ross and I use the shop after hours for about 3 weeks to bend, cut, and weld this sucker in.
In addition you get to see the new EVO VIII Recaro seats in the SRT-4, it just happened that the colors matched so it was a go!
The FMIC core/unit was unidentified, I think it might be an AGP race, or an MPx - the core is 3.5 inches thick.
I needed to remove the stock crash beam to fit this monster, and when doing so I noticed additional flex in the front end, this had a negitive impact on the cars ability to corner in any sort of acceptable way, so here is what we came up with that would fit with the FMIC, and be a solid connection for the front frame rails.
CNC work was hand Finished by Modified by KC, a local poerformance shop www.mkcperformance.com
Added to this (No pics, sorry) were Crower Stage 2 cams.