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Old 08-20-2016, 01:13 PM   #1
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2017 BRZ Performance Package Brembo Brakes Part Numbers

Diagrams and Part Numbers are now available.

Front Brake Brembo: http://parts.subaru.com/a/Subaru_201...10-262-03.html

Rear Brake 17inch:
http://parts.subaru.com/a/Subaru_201...10-263-03.html

I'm not too much of technician so would anyone be able to chime in on how one would be able to swap the stock brakes to this setup (I'm sure a couple of people are curious)?
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That could be a real benefit to some for sure. I would like to know if there is any weight loss with this swap as well.
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Old 08-20-2016, 03:09 PM   #3
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I would assume you will need the full brake caliper, caliper bracket, and rotor to do a swap. I am not sure if the front rotor is a different size than previous MYs though. same goes for the rear. I haven't really paid much attention to the specifics.
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those pad prices wow.
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I would assume you will need the full brake caliper, caliper bracket, and rotor to do a swap. I am not sure if the front rotor is a different size than previous MYs though. same goes for the rear. I haven't really paid much attention to the specifics.
The rotor sizes are the same as the STI. 326x30 front, 316x20 rear. It's not just an STI parts swap though. The pistons are different sizes than the STI calipers; presumably sized for correct bias for our cars.
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The rotor sizes are the same as the STI. 326x30 front, 316x20 rear. It's not just an STI parts swap though. The pistons are different sizes than the STI calipers; presumably sized for correct bias for our cars.
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Am I reading the price right? $300 a caliper?? I assume they have just not updated the pricing yet... The Part number is also the same between the Brembos and the normal calipers.

Almost wondering they are going to require a vin to order them from the dealer.
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the pricing for the caliper doesn't seem bad. I wouldn't use the stock pads so the pricing on that part is not a concern.

it looks like just a bolt on bracket to mount it like the current aftermarket solutions.
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The rotor sizes are the same as the STI. 326x30 front, 316x20 rear. It's not just an STI parts swap though. The pistons are different sizes than the STI calipers; presumably sized for correct bias for our cars.
How can you tell. I cant see any info about the pistons?
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How can you tell. I cant see any info about the pistons?
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Here you go.
Thanks interesting. Surprised there is no piston stagger to help pad tapering.

They have made the front pistons smaller on both the normal disc and Bremo disc. The pistons are 42.8mm on our 2 pot sliders but now ~40mm.

Rears are currently 38mm on the 290mm disc. So going up to 40mm at the back adds more rear braking.

Punching the numbers into my spreadsheet.

The current 2012-2016 model has a brake bias of about 64% to the front.

The new model is now 61% to the front.

The brembo package is 60% to the front.

This compares to the STI Brembo front and rear of 74% to the front.
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Caliper isn't even listed . Looks like we are better off getting a BBK as someone stated above or ATS swap.
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Caliper isn't listed. Looks like we are better off getting a BBK as someone stated above.
Technically "26292A DISK BRAKE KIT-PAD LESS,FRONT LEFT" Is the left brembo caliper. Though the part number/price has not been updated from the non-brembo calipers. So although they are listed, they are not correctly listed?


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