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brake disks off another car that fit our rear hubs

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Mr B

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^ yes

Gostek

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What's your address mr b I'll send you bag of finest green tea lol!


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Mr B

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^ I'm in the uk this week so may be collecting on my iced green tea tokens :-D
although too cold for iced green tea I think :-S maybe need a drop of polish vodka :-)

johnny gtir

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I have brackets and discs to run bigger disc upfront using the standard caliper. Not a massive upgrade as the standard calipers are rubbish but change the pads and this gives you better braking could be a option for those (as a lot are keeping the standard look) if it helps anyone I could dig it out for more info

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Mr B wrote:^ I'm in the uk this week so may be collecting on my iced green tea tokens :-D
although too cold for iced green tea I think :-S maybe need a drop of polish vodka :-)

Worked on my car with a bottle vodka this arvo, was a good time Laughing

Mr B

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^ Shocked H&S mr woody, you bad boy whip

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This would warm you up lol!

Mr B

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^ No green tea in that Shocked
I think I would over heat drinking that Very Happy

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Mr B wrote:^  Shocked  H&S mr woody, you bad boy whip

Remember he's Australian.

They have DRIVE-THROUGH bottle shops.

gtir_woody

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Haha yes the drive-through is very convenient Laughing

nomad

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Thats doesnt look like something you drink .... more like a rust preventor Laughing


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Gostek

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nomad wrote:Thats doesnt look like something you drink .... more like a rust preventor Laughing
Or degreaser Very Happy

gtir_woody

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Mr B wrote:For 278mm on rear we use maxima discs with maxima caliper carrier bracket.
caliper carrier bracket part# 619503  .or   141506

I ordered a set of these brackets, finding an online site that shipped internationally was annoying. Ended up finding on eBay but using 14-1506

Stu

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gtir_woody wrote:
Mr B wrote:For 278mm on rear we use maxima discs with maxima caliper carrier bracket.
caliper carrier bracket part# 619503  .or   141506

I ordered a set of these brackets, finding an online site that shipped internationally was annoying. Ended up finding on eBay but using 14-1506
If you ever get stuck. You can have t
Things shipped here and i can ship them out for you to oz.
Means double postage costs but atleast you get the parts Wink


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gtir_woody

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Thanks stu, I'll keep that in mind thumbsup normally I don't have a problem but these must not be common here.

gtir_woody

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B, can you change to maxima rear pads with this conversion? Aren't they slightly bigger?

Mr B

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No I don't believe they are, you could check the measurements in a brake pad catalogue but i'm sure they were both same.
maxima discs are 5 hole so need redrilling.
It only 10mm radius increase & just repositioning the standard caliper same as the hispec & godspeed rear 280 kits, they did do 300mm on standard caliper & pad too.

gtir_woody

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I'll check it and see what I can find B. I'm changing to 5stud hubs so its is easier for me to do this upgrade Smile

gtir_woody

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From what I can figure out they are the same pad 105mm x 47mm

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gtir_woody wrote:I'll check it and see what I can find B. I'm changing to 5stud hubs so its is easier for me to do this upgrade Smile

Are you redrilling your rear hubs or using a different hub?

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N15 hubs woody ???


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gtir_woody

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Nah n15 hubs are the same pattern as ours but fwd. Not keen on the redrilling hubs, I think the new holes would be to close to the edge of the hub anyway. Stracher Motorsport do 5 stud hubs for our car. I'm also waiting to hear back from a company in the states about them aswell.

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