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New Calipers/Rotors #50623 Oct 2, 4:32pm Oct 2, 4:32pm
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New Calipers/Rotors
Now that i have new rims, i need to look into some new rotors/calipers. any suggestions?

Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50624 Oct 2, 4:43pm Oct 2, 4:43pm
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brembo, TRD, rotora, ssbc. they all make replacement rotors + calipers. powerslot, AEM, and other companies make just the rotors. try a search, i remember bat starting a thread about big brakes a few weeks ago. you should check that out. thumbsup

Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50625 Oct 2, 4:43pm Oct 2, 4:43pm
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AEM makes a big brake kit. thumbsup


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Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50626 Oct 2, 4:44pm Oct 2, 4:44pm
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brembo for both Rotors and Calipers...
or AEM for Rotors only...
power slot for rotor..
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Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: Elec-FuYu] #50627 Oct 2, 4:57pm Oct 2, 4:57pm
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Originally Posted by Elec-FuYu
brembo for both Rotors and Calipers...
or AEM for Rotors only...
power slot for rotor..
smile


thumbsup

Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50628 Oct 2, 5:02pm Oct 2, 5:02pm
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i really want brembos cept they are hella expensive! ahh well, when you consider that they may save your life..hey, wats a few grand. lol spineyes

Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50629 Oct 3, 12:54am Oct 3, 12:54am
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Altezza Brake... hell yeah...

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Re: New Calipers/Rotors [Re: DaytonaCelica1] #50630 Oct 3, 4:42am Oct 3, 4:42am
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I like the Power Slot Performance Rotors that RicePowered has on his Celica. thumbsup

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