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Old 11-02-2017, 03:57 AM   #15
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Are you able to source cheaper Boxster Calipers brackets to swap onto the mk6 ?
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Old 11-02-2017, 10:08 PM   #16
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Are you able to source cheaper Boxster Calipers brackets to swap onto the mk6 ?
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Old 11-08-2017, 11:37 PM   #17
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Are you able to source cheaper Boxster Calipers brackets to swap onto the mk6 ?
Whats that have to do with what hes selling. And yes creationmotorsports in the uk sells cheaper brackets. I just ordered 3 sets. 2 for boxster and 1 for 911 caliper swap

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Old 11-08-2017, 11:45 PM   #18
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Whats the difference between the 17z and 18z? and what is required to make these bad boys fit?
The 17Z uses a 330mm rotor and the 18Z uses 350mm rotor.

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Interested in the Brembo 17z setup
I can definitely get you 17z calipers if you would like them.

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Are you able to source cheaper Boxster Calipers brackets to swap onto the mk6 ?
That I cannot, you either have to get the apikol, creation motorsports, or VAGBREMTECH brackets.
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Old 11-20-2017, 06:27 PM   #19
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Do you still have the RS calipers for 360?

Also, I know they take the 370mm rotors. Are those direct bolt on without hub adapters or anything?

Everyone seems to go OEM and spend 200/rotor but these Stop Techs would work, no?

CENTRIC 12633121SR StopTech Sport Slotted
CENTRIC 12633121SL StopTech Sport Slotted

They're listed on multiple sites to fit the RS front rotors and are labeled as 370mm

https://centricparts.centriccatalog....&uid=ANR&sid=0

Edit: Nevermind... those are the rear rotors after finding a diagram showing the size.
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Old 11-22-2017, 10:52 AM   #20
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Do you still have the RS calipers for 360?

Also, I know they take the 370mm rotors. Are those direct bolt on without hub adapters or anything?

Everyone seems to go OEM and spend 200/rotor but these Stop Techs would work, no?

CENTRIC 12633121SR StopTech Sport Slotted
CENTRIC 12633121SL StopTech Sport Slotted

They're listed on multiple sites to fit the RS front rotors and are labeled as 370mm

https://centricparts.centriccatalog....&uid=ANR&sid=0

Edit: Nevermind... those are the rear rotors after finding a diagram showing the size.
Sorry for the late delay, but yes, I should be able to get you a set for $360.
Yeah, I don't think even stoptech makes an aftermarket 370mm front rotor. I think someone makes a 2 piece, but I just went for the OEM K revision rotors on mine. I think EEuroparts has the sheapest price and they have coupons that bring each rotor under $200.
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Old 11-22-2017, 04:31 PM   #21
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Do you still have the RS calipers for 360?

Also, I know they take the 370mm rotors. Are those direct bolt on without hub adapters or anything?

Everyone seems to go OEM and spend 200/rotor but these Stop Techs would work, no?

CENTRIC 12633121SR StopTech Sport Slotted
CENTRIC 12633121SL StopTech Sport Slotted

They're listed on multiple sites to fit the RS front rotors and are labeled as 370mm

https://centricparts.centriccatalog....&uid=ANR&sid=0

Edit: Nevermind... those are the rear rotors after finding a diagram showing the size.
All the ttrs parts are direct bolt on. No hub adapter as both cars have the same size hub.
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Old 12-02-2017, 12:28 AM   #22
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Able to get a hold of boxster calipers?


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Old 02-23-2018, 04:09 PM   #23
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What would I need to run the ttrs on a r

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Old 02-23-2018, 04:30 PM   #24
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What would I need to run the ttrs on a r

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You need either the stock TTRS 370mm rotors or you can use these caliper carriers to use the stock golf R 340 or 345mm rotors:

https://www.vagbremtechnic.com/front...-discs-ak0003/

This kit comes with the braided steel lines you would need as well. That's all you need! It's prettty much a direct bolt on with the oem rotors from audi or the caliper carriers from vagbremtech. The oem rotors are something like 220 a piece, so the new carriers would be the cheaper solution if you go with the stock R rotors.

You also need to buy brake pads of course!
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