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Mustang Rear Brakes Not Dual Piston Afterall

Found this article showing the Ford advertises dual piston rear calipers on the Brembo package GT's. These are the same brakes on the Boss with the exception of upgraded pads. I don't see this as a huge deal but what do you think?

http://blogs.insideline.com/roadtests/2011/01/2011-ford-mustang-gt-50-has-brembos-single-piston-sliding-rear-calipers.html
 
They better not be dual piston since I already ordered and have my Hawk DTC60 pads for them in my garage :D Not that I wouldn't take dual piston if they came with them lol.
 
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Mistakes in advertising aren't that uncommon. Anybody it mattered too would have made sure and they would have known a year ago that they came with single piston floating calipers. My car has 4 piston rear brakes.
 

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