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converting disc brakes to abs #260083 Aug 26, 3:02am Aug 26, 3:02am
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converting disc brakes to abs
does anyone know how to do this? is this even possible? how much would this cost to do it on the stock brake discs?
lets say thers a celica that has brake discs without abs, is it possible to install abs on it, and how hard is it? how much does it cost?

Re: converting disc brakes to abs [Re: stefanoc] #260084 Aug 26, 5:51am Aug 26, 5:51am
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let me know when you find out...

Re: converting disc brakes to abs [Re: MNP] #260085 Aug 26, 9:19am Aug 26, 9:19am
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Would check Dealtership they would prolly be the ones to do it. sicne it was an option and all

Re: converting disc brakes to abs [Re: falkkor] #260086 Aug 26, 1:30pm Aug 26, 1:30pm
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I've looked into this. VERY expensive. The adapters that add to the brake system that determine when your wheels lock up are a thousand dollars per wheel. And that's just the START of it. I've been in a couple situations where I wished I had ABS. But your best bet is saving your money and putting it towards a different car that already has them from the factory. Sorry.


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Re: converting disc brakes to abs [Re: CRBN BLU] #260087 Aug 26, 1:39pm Aug 26, 1:39pm
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you also have to buy the computer that goes in the center console, that's not going to be cheap eek


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Re: converting disc brakes to abs [Re: DiabloGTS] #260088 Aug 27, 12:03am Aug 27, 12:03am
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Originally Posted by DiabloGTS
you also have to buy the computer that goes in the center console, that's not going to be cheap eek
Yep, this definately isn't worth it. You'd be better off just getting better brakes.


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