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mikey33
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mikey33 Oct 22, 1:57am - #306183 
2000 Carbon Blue Toyota Celica
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Maybe I'm Just Crazy!

But aren't these prices a bit low!!? Check it out...

http://www.streetrays.com/catalog/produc...b0a6ce475b372b5

It's just $558 for the front and $390 for the rear. That's just about a grand. Aren't the big brake kits for the Celi normally about a grand more? Or is that just for the TRD?

Let me know... Thanks.
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imp
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imp Oct 22, 2:21am - #306184 
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The AEM kit is just new rotors. Other kits do new calipers too,thats why they cost more

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mikey33
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mikey33 Oct 22, 2:57am - #306185 
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Awesome... That makes more sense. I knew it was too good to be true (maybe I should've done more research). Thanks again.
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FastCelicaGT22 Oct 22, 3:36am - #306186 

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Its a big brake kit. that means that the rotors are bigger and there is a kit to make your stock calipers fit the new size rotors.

The other option is doing a brake kit with new calipers, but that will run about $1600.

The big brake kit is all youll ever need for the power our cars can achieve. The rotors are also slotted and drilled which will help disipate heat/friction and help you stop faster.

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