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How to?? 93 FD front calipers to rear

Old 02-06-06, 01:14 PM
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How to?? 93 FD front calipers to rear

I know i have seen this, But i was wondering if someone has performed this before. I want to place the front disks and calipers in the rear. Yes i understand that this will eliminate the emergency brake, but this car is used for track purposes only.
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What are you putting on the front?

This idea is completely useless unless you're going to a much bigger brake on the front.
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Its not even the size of the brake rotor, but the surface area of the pistons vs the master cylinder. Balance would be way off unless you used a proportioning valve and a large MC.
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Here's another alternative you might consider:

However, I am not sure of the availability of the brackets since it has been several years since I bought mine.

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