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Old 10-14-2015, 08:25 PM   #36
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Do you know if the 13.24 brakes will fit with the stock base wheels?
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Old 10-14-2015, 09:04 PM   #37
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Are those the 17x7s or something?
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Old 10-14-2015, 09:30 PM   #38
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Yea somthing like that.
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Old 10-14-2015, 09:32 PM   #39
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I am not too sure if they are that small. I have not had a 3.7 with 17s (thank ya jesus). LOL

It would be a matter of measuring the empty area inside your rim. From one side to the other I would imagine. Because the calipers are the same size.
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Well then I may just wait until I go to 19's then, I am probably gona get some nice looking Hyper Black Boss LS wheels.
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Old 10-15-2015, 12:25 AM   #41
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Well then I may just wait until I go to 19's then, I am probably gona get some nice looking Hyper Black Boss LS wheels.

Nice. Yea i would wait. I know the spare tire wont fit over them. Not 100% sure on the 17s.
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nice!
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Old 10-28-2015, 01:39 PM   #43
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Can you post a pick of them installed? Curious as to gap between rim and rotor and how it looks.
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Old 10-28-2015, 02:53 PM   #44
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Ask and you shall receive.....kinda. The lighting in my work's parking lot is bad and my wheels are extremely dirty. They look similar to PowerStop. Not exact, but close.


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Thanks brother. Debating on getting the GT caliper brackets to go with the larger GT/PPV6 brake rotors. Extra 200 clams for the brackets is a tough pill since the car won't ever be tracked.
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Thanks brother. Debating on getting the GT caliper brackets to go with the larger GT/PPV6 brake rotors. Extra 200 clams for the brackets is a tough pill since the car won't ever be tracked.
find them used from someone who has upgraded to Brembos. Most people will have the 13.2" rotors and the larger carriers laying around, so its just a matter of haggling at that point.
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On a manual idk if its worth it if you dont race. As you can leverage engine braking also.

I would say if you brake setup is good now, no need to change it. Visually, you wont notice a ton of difference. And if you do, eventually you will stop paying attention. Unless they are Brembos.
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Voltwings, I can't say I've looked everywhere or I would have found them by now. Rockauto.com did have them for $82 a piece which wasn't as bad as dealer's 107 each but still. But if you know someone who has em' laying around and would part with them for some funds...

Kevin, you know how it is. Just trying to keep up with you. Well, maybe you don't.
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Well you need to get a 2nd cyclone then. Lol! Your son should be needing a car in a couple of years right?
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Maybe on the second one in a couple of years. Until then, just pulled the trigger on the rotors. We'll see how they look even though they are the non PP ones.
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Voltwings, I can't say I've looked everywhere or I would have found them by now. Rockauto.com did have them for $82 a piece which wasn't as bad as dealer's 107 each but still. But if you know someone who has em' laying around and would part with them for some funds...

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I just posted around in local forums / groups until someone had a set lying around.
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Maybe on the second one in a couple of years. Until then, just pulled the trigger on the rotors. We'll see how they look even though they are the non PP ones.

Very nice. Make sure to clean the rotors before using them.
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