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This might sound stupid but here it goes, im getting the brembo package and i will replace my rotors and brakes in the front.

Can i put the stock front brakes and rotors to the back?
 

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OzzyLiriano said:
This might sound stupid but here it goes, im getting the brembo package and i will replace my rotors and brakes in the front.

Can i put the stock front brakes and rotors to the back?
I doubt it without fabrication.
 

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This might sound stupid but here it goes, im getting the brembo package and i will replace my rotors and brakes in the front.

Can i put the stock front brakes and rotors to the back?
Are you changing the wheels also?
 

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Yessss temporarily amrs 19s

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Thats why im asking, i know i have the space, but is it possible at all?
 

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OzzyLiriano said:
Yessss temporarily amrs 19s

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Thats why im asking, i know i have the space, but is it possible at all?
The challenge with the stock front rotor/caliper isn't going to be clearance, but mounting the caliper and if the front rotor will fit on the rear axle. Since no one offers a relocation kit, I doubt you can do it. Instead, some companies offer rear rotor upgrades to 13" rotors with rear caliper relocation. Then you can upgrade the pads.
 

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nhcowboy said:
The challenge with the stock front rotor/caliper isn't going to be clearance, but mounting the caliper and if the front rotor will fit on the rear axle. Since no one offers a relocation kit, I doubt you can do it. Instead, some companies offer rear rotor upgrades to 13" rotors with rear caliper relocation. Then you can upgrade the pads.
Changing the rears are not worth the investment unless your a hardcore track person. Just but the fronts and call it a day.
 

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nhcowboy said:
The challenge with the stock front rotor/caliper isn't going to be clearance, but mounting the caliper and if the front rotor will fit on the rear axle. Since no one offers a relocation kit, I doubt you can do it. Instead, some companies offer rear rotor upgrades to 13" rotors with rear caliper relocation. Then you can upgrade the pads.
Okay thanks
 

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The challenge with the stock front rotor/caliper isn't going to be clearance, but mounting the caliper and if the front rotor will fit on the rear axle. Since no one offers a relocation kit, I doubt you can do it. Instead, some companies offer rear rotor upgrades to 13" rotors with rear caliper relocation. Then you can upgrade the pads.
nhcowboy's got it down ^^^ I agree 100%!

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