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Old 03-01-2016, 03:12 PM   #71
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Sorry for reviving this thread, but figured it was better than making a new one. I got a deal on a 15 PP Brembo kit that had 50 miles on it. Came with the six piston brembos, 15 inch rotors, brake lines, brake pads, and dust shields. Will these all bolt up to my 2013? Or do I need different rotors and brake lines?


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Sorry for reviving this thread, but figured it was better than making a new one. I got a deal on a 15 PP Brembo kit that had 50 miles on it. Came with the six piston brembos, 15 inch rotors, brake lines, brake pads, and dust shields. Will these all bolt up to my 2013? Or do I need different rotors and brake lines?


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Sorry for reviving this thread, but figured it was better than making a new one. I got a deal on a 15 PP Brembo kit that had 50 miles on it. Came with the six piston brembos, 15 inch rotors, brake lines, brake pads, and dust shields. Will these all bolt up to my 2013? Or do I need different rotors and brake lines?


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They will you just need the S197 15" rotors and Brakes lines for them to work. They bolt right up though.


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They will you just need the S197 15" rotors and Brakes lines for them to work. They bolt right up though.


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Also will need a spacer depending on the 20inch wheels you have. I have this set up on mine and had to use a spacer to clear driver side caliper.
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Also will need a spacer depending on the 20inch wheels you have. I have this set up on mine and had to use a spacer to clear driver side caliper.

They should fit my new wheels. What brake lines did you go with? From what I understand the 15's are too short?


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Yeah the 15 lines are to short you'll have to buy aftermarket lines that are meant for 4-6 piston brakes like the Russell's stainless brake lines.
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They should fit my new wheels. What brake lines did you go with? From what I understand the 15's are too short?


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Yeah the 15 lines are to short you'll have to buy aftermarket lines that are meant for 4-6 piston brakes like the Russell's stainless brake lines.
What ^ Chech Said. Russel SS lines. Their angle was off, so i carefully twisted them with hand.
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Cool. Any specific rotors? I'll rob ably just go with OEM.


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They should fit my new wheels. What brake lines did you go with? From what I understand the 15's are too short?


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Yeah the 15 lines are to short you'll have to buy aftermarket lines that are meant for 4-6 piston brakes like the Russell's stainless brake lines.
I just went with OEM. Ordered from AutoNation. Got the pair for 250 shipped to the door.
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I thought the 2015 rotors didn't fit ours? Am I missing something (I know they're backwards).

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It's not that the 15's rotors won't fit it's the backspacing on the rotors that will not allow the caliper to bolt to hub


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Gotcha. Will be on the hunt for some GT500's and selling these.


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How much should I sell the rotors and lines for? They have 50 miles on them.


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I would think you could maybe 70-100$ for a set maybe if some one got into a wreck and needed a replacement possibly but it would be a shot in the dark really.


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Old 03-13-2016, 05:15 PM   #85
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Can you post the front brake lines I need? Do the stock ones not connect correctly to the Brembos?


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You'll need S197 specific Brembo lines like the Russell's stainless line or some Boss 302 lines


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Awesome. Thanks man.


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I just got some last week and did matte black powder coating would post pic but don't know how too lol
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I just got some last week and did matte black powder coating would post pic but don't know how too lol
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Old 03-20-2016, 07:17 PM   #90
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Would these work?
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Not entirely sure honestly I've only ever uses the Russell's stainless lines


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These the ones you have?

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Yupp, Those should work. As I said they are angled a little different. I carefully twisted them to make them work with 2015 6piston Brembo calipers. I also had to use spacers.
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Yupp, Those should work. As I said they are angled a little different. I carefully twisted them to make them work with 2015 6piston Brembo calipers. I also had to use spacers.

Spacers? Where?


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I have MMD Axim 20X8.5 wheels. Passenger side cleared with no issues but driver side didnt. So I used 3/8spacer on both sides to clear. It might not be the case with all depending on the wheels and offsets.
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Ah I got ya. Yeah, I'll see how my wheels do when I get these brakes on.


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Not entirely sure honestly I've only ever uses the Russell's stainless lines


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When you use the word "honestly", does that mean all your other replies are dishonest and shady?


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Haha who knows! But I haven't personally used other lines other then the Russell's that worked fine


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So ill throw this out here again since more people have done this. I am in need of a brake upgrade, driving hard and having the brakes feel like they wont stop you or having to stop for a bit after 2-3 drag runs because I wont be able to slow down to turn off has to stop. I have 18x9 amr rims upfront, I am posting the AM specs, anyone throw these brakes on a similar rim? I am debating trying this or perhaps trying to find gt/gt500 takeoff brakes. I just dont want to go through the process of buying something and having to return or resell them if its a toss up for them working. Thanks for any replies

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From what I recall, 18's won't fit. That even states it doesn't fit 13-4 GT500's, I'm guessing due to the brakes.


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So I will have to look for older gt500 take offs or regular gt brembos? But arent regular gt's with brembos equipped with 19's?

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Yeah, the GT's with Brembos have the 19 inch Track Pack wheels.


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You need 19" wheels 1st of all.
2nd you need to make sure the offset is enough & the shape of the wheel won't hit the calipers.

There are paper diagram cut outs that you can print and put inside the wheel to test fit. SOMEWHERE out there on the internet.
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The offset on the Brembo/TrackPak wheels are 42mm with a 6.8" back space. When I changed to the OE GT500 wheels there was almost 1" of clearance between the wheel and the Brembo calipers. On my TrakPak wheels there was approximately 1/4" from the wheel to the caliper.
The wheels you have will need spacers to run a 4 piston caliper. I think .50" should work although I have seen one that used a 25mm spacer. This will require getting longer lugs...if you are drag racing that much and your car is that fast you should have them anyway.
Personally I'd change to a more aggressive pad and leave it at that or change wheels if you want to run 14" rotors and 4 piston calipers.
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Alright, I have no problem running other stuff to make them work. Its not that my car is that fast, last qmile before o/r pipe was 12.19 at 115, its that the brakes can't take more than a few aggressive brake sessions. I also found this http://www.vorshlag.com/product_info...roducts_id=598 if I cant source parts for cheaper. I do not know which pads are on the car just that the previous owner put on slotted rotors so he probably went cheap all the way around

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