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Caprice/Impala '71-'76

Charger, Challenger, Magnum, 300C

Chevy Colorado

Cobalt and HHR

Contour and Cougar

Corvette C2&C3

Corvette C4

Corvette C5, Z06

Corvette C6, Z06

Corvette C7

Countryman/Paceman by MINI

Crown Vic- Panther


Dodge RAM 1500

Eclipse 1G

Eclipse 2G

F150 (2010+)


Focus 00-'07

Focus 2012+

Ford Ranger

Fusion '13+

Impala SS 94-96

Jeep Cherokee


Lancia Scorpion

Lightning, Harley F150 99-04


Mazda 3

Mazda 6

Mazda RX8

MINI 01-06

MINI 07-13

MINI 2014+

Mustang 05-13

Mustang 2015-

Mustang 94-04

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Work update: With the amount of custom builds TCE is doing today you'll see some of our brake kit line disappear. It's simple supply and demand here. There was an attempt to get into a number of markets that just never panned out. If I only had a dollar for every caller who told me how "if you make a kit....I know a lot of guys who'll buy it" !  Yeah, well trust me they don't exactly line up around the block to buy one just because you got free shipping on yours. Over the next five years you'll see the product line shrink more as some of the older and low volume kits go away. For the most part we'll continue to offer service parts for anything built since day one. It may require some changes bu time moves on and today some parts are simply no longer available to sel you. 


The future focus will be on custom work and keeping up with the trends on older builds. The mid '60s Cadillac and Lincoln platforms are strong as are the early '70s trucks. TCE will back away from the current gen vehicles and leave that to the Wilwood factory. It just costs too much money to bring a new kit to market; R&D, low cost beta parts, forum advertising etc. all take a toll on the value of selling such kits. Often times in a flooded market; evreryone was going to get rich on Fiesta ST kits remember? 



Owner. TCE

Custom Work?  CLICK ME!

Have a custom project that has you stumped? Let TCE help you through the compex nature of turning your braking dreams into reality. TCE has done dozens of custom projects from restorations to street machines to rally cross. What constitutes a custom build? TCE works from stock spindles and customer supplied parts to tailor the build to that specific item. Depending upon the design you may find drum to disc adapter plates linked to our own radial mount brackets as shown in the front and rear kit components below for a Buick Wildcat build.


New Caliper Kit for the 2004+ Crown Vic front spindle!

For over ten years TCE has produced a variety of front (and rear) Big Brake Kits for the Panther Platform. The customer base: Mercury Maruader Owners. From the start our 13" kits were the standard of big brakes for these cars. Over time it grew to include: 13", 14" and even 15" kits!  Both TCE, and now Wilwood variety kits. With the advent of F100 and others retro builds fitting the CV front clip the market has expanded well beyond the basic Hot Rod 4-Door Sedan! 


With that change has come the need for a wider varietey of options. Some want to keep the factory rotors for both wheel fit (17s) or for budget considerations. We hear ya. 

Standard kits (Black or Red) will include; calipers, pads, brackets and hardware. Optional SS flex hose kits are available for CV specific applications only. Starting under $1000

2019 Out of shop notice:

Please note that the shop will be closed

Sept 5-9 Rangley II Hill Climb, Rangley CO

Sept  12-15 VJMC Meet in Kanab, UT

Dec 21-28 Family travel, Omaha/Denver



Links to various tools, suppliers and external input to help you with your braking project.



A very comprehensive listing of dozens of brake fluid specifications.


Pedal is still soft after bleeding? Caliper mounting angles can play a huge role.


What is it and how can it be altered?


Black and Red not doing it for you? Check out the options! Mix and match.


Depends on the specs of your BBK. Use this to help make the determination. 


Close-Out and Discontinued Kits

TCE has a variety of kits produced over the years that have not met sales expectations. Our loss...your gain as we clear the shelves of bracket inventory.  PLEASE CHECK THE VEHICLE PAGE FOR QTY REMAINING


Nissan Juke: 13" BBKs from only $1189!  

Mazda 3: TCE/Wilwood 13 front BBKs under $1225!   

Dodge Dart: Front BBK from only $1215  

Cobalt/HHR: Front BBKs startigng at $1195 

Titan/Armada: Front caliper kits $1297

WK1: Front caliper kits from $1297


FREE GROUND UPS included! (cont. US customers only)

All items above are all limited to bracket stock on hand. Build time; 10-14 days depending upon kit specifics. All parts new unless otherwise noted. 

Thinking about some big brakes on that F250?

TCE has three variants: '99-04, 05-12 and 2013+ for all your braking needs! With Wilwood factory kits now available for the 05-12 and coming soon to the 13+ models TCE remains the sole source for the early gen trucks.  We have also addressed the needs of DRW customers with a "by order" rear hat/drum for the need of those with a Dually! Call and we can go over the options today.


TCE  Racing Team

Pounding the mountain roads of Colorado 


WINS: 41   RECORDS: 13   KING of the HILL: 3




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The 2019 racing season begins in a couple of weeks with a HUUUGE change in the TCE Team Car. Gone for now is the reliable 3.0L SHO it's place an all new, custom built 2400cc Honda 4cyl power plant. This 'one-off' motor, built by Inline Pro, sports 15.5:1 compression and runs on methanol. That fuel is fed through a custom built Kinsler mechanical fuel injection system with the latest in adjustable jetting and Waterman pump products. The igntion; a simple and reliable Electromotive XDi crank trigger system. Net result: a projected 350HP.  Why? The reasons are numerous; first SHO parts are getting harder and harder to find. Bearings are all but non-existant. But more importantly when you look at the power to weight numbers we've come away with more power and a weight reduction of about 185lbs. This meant a vast number of changes to the car from engine mounts, to adapter plates, to all new wiring and fueling systems. The only penalty we're now sporting is a heavier battery as it runs a 'total loss' electrical system- no alternator. Stay tuned.


Our thanks go out to:

Inline Pro, Kinsler Fuel Injection, Flatout Motorworx, Fathead Fabrication, Boen Built Fabrication, JPF Metalworks, Valtech, and more.


Temple Canyon: 1st Place Super Sprint

Picking up where we left off last season the TCE team scored it's 11th win at the Temple Canyon Hill Climb! Despite suffering some continuing teething problems our new motor format worked well enough to grab both "pole" time and the Class Win. Clearly there's more in the car than we got out of it at this event with some more work. But nothing fell off, failed, or prevented us from finishing all five runs over the weekend. Back to the shop and some more work over the coming weeks before we head off to Rangely for the first of two races there. Thanks as always to Barry and Glenda as well as my Car Owner: Chris for all their help. Also a shout out to Jake Dallenbach who ran his first weekend in our Little Red Rental and had a blast!


Rangely 1: DNF

Not one of our better outings for sure. We battled running issues much of the weekend. Finally found more timing in the engine was working to our favor. Then the crank sensor broke off completely! Tried a couple of ways to secure it and carry on. Managed to be in the battle for Qualifying time on Saturday only to have the first repair fail on Sunday Run 1 and DNF about a mile up the road. A hasty repair to the mount again for Run 2 was had and it rapidly became the first time the car had run with little to no misfire and take WOT up the hill! Things were certainly looking good. Until I found myself going quite quicker into one of the final turns. A braking application netting too much rear brake (something considered on Saturday but overlooked in the heat of the battle on the sensor) the rear locked up long enough to put the LF wheel in the ditch...which then sucked the entire in car with it. We were done about 200ft from the finish line!  Was it a good enough run to take First Place? Dunno. Sadly with the failure on Run 1 and this we netted no time on Sunday. DNF recorded. Those always hurt but you put it behind and move on.

Monarch: DNF

Boy has it been a rough season so far! The TCE car, all repaired and ready to rock it at Monarch continued to suffer fueling issues all weekend. We put in some runs but the engine break up was simply too much causing the car to lose power. We fiddled with a number of things trying to dial it in but to no avail. The root problem we believe remains not to little fuel but to much fuel. Some rework on the jetting table by Kinsler revealed we are about two steps to rich with the jetting we have to work from. Just no power at 10,000ft elevation. Time to make some changes and head to Lands End at a lower elevation and see what the changes bring. 

Land End: First in Class

Things improved for Team TCE!  We headed into the Lands End race with some renewed efforts and changes we felt were in the right direction for our new motor. And while we have yet to hit it on the mark for optimum power we resolved many of the issues necessary to pull off what is our 11th Super Sprint win at Lands End. This course is all fun; tight, fast, slow, has it all. I think we ended up 4th quickest overal as well at a 5:02, which while short of our own record time, is respectable for the conditions of the day. The great thing about HC races is the lack of knowing just what you are going to get not only year to year but day to day and even run to run! Great work to eveyone who helpd out; Chris, Glenda and Barry for all you do.




















































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