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Old 03-25-04, 05:30 AM   #1
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Brembo rear brake with SSR 18x12 wheel

I have a set of STI brembo brake and test fitted them on the FD.

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Old 03-25-04, 05:16 PM   #2
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The brake bolted right up?

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Old 03-25-04, 07:06 PM   #3
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u sellin it? how much?
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Nobody is concerned with piston size/pad area etc?

Just bolting on a caliper that says "Brembo" doesn't guarantee improved performance on a car for which it wasn't intended.
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Nope. Custom bracket needed.

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Chuck,

The brake bolted right up?

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Old 03-25-04, 08:40 PM   #6
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Yes and no. If there are 10 people interested, I can mass produce it. If not, I will be the only one to have it.

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Don't you worry. I have matching front and back.

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Just bolting on a caliper that says "Brembo" doesn't guarantee improved performance on a car for which it wasn't intended.
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If you were to sell them, how much for the 4-wheel kit, rear kit, and only front kit? Are the set new or used from STI?
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The one from STI do not bolt on. The only thing you can use are the caliper and the pads. The ones on my car are used. I bought them from for R&D.

I don't really plan to sell them unless I can pre-sell at least 10 sets.

If I were to sell them, the front kit will come with caliper, extension bracket, brake rotor with aluminum hat, brake pads and brake lines. The rear kit will come with the same components. Front will be $2600 and rear will be $2200 using all brand new parts.

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From what i know the STI, EVO, and 350Z are all using the same Brembo calipers. Do all these cars have the same size master cylinders too?
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