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Old 12-26-2013, 01:30 PM   #1
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FS REAR 05 STI BREMBO CALIPERS

Hey guys so like the title says i have 05 rear sti brembos that i will be selling it will include pads no rotors though. They came off of my friends sti that is going wide body and bigger brakes. im looking to get 400obo +shipping and paypal. im located in NY would prefer local buyers but also willing to ship. please pm me if you guys are interested thanks. and i will have pics up asap because they are still on my friends sti haha.
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Old 12-27-2013, 02:29 PM   #2
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Old 12-27-2013, 02:38 PM   #3
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Sorry for the newb question, but what modification has to be done to fit these to the BRZ? I'm interested if it doesn't require too much modification. I'm running a Wilwood kit up front and will want to overhaul my rear set up down the road anyways.
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from what i have heard you will need to cut the rear dust shield or remove it and buy a bracket to install the caliper and you will need 08 sti rear rotors and have them redrilled to 5x100.
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Does anyone know what bracket is needed? Is it custom? Also I know you can redrill rotors but is there an alternative arrangement for rotors?
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I believe it is the same bracket as the wrx uses for puting on brembos on a wrx as for the rotor question someone said they ran 04 rear sti rotors but I believe that they are smaller than the 08 sti rear rotors but I know that redrilling the rotor is 100% usable
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I believe it is the same bracket as the wrx uses for puting on brembos on a wrx as for the rotor question someone said they ran 04 rear sti rotors but I believe that they are smaller than the 08 sti rear rotors but I know that redrilling the rotor is 100% usable
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