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    Thought I'd share

    These is what DSM guys are putting on their cars to run 4 piston VR4 calipers... I might try em out.







    Will work for 3\S N\A as well.

    Steel Brake Caliper Bracket DSM [TN-3K1GBRKTS] - $109.99 : Zen Cart!, The Art of E-commerce

    110$ for a pair

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    another one, I'm actually more considering this one, seems alot more legit, and also can be sold as a full kit, Lines, rotors, calipers, pads, etc.

    RTM Racing :: Made by RTM :: Brake Kits :: Stealth/3000GT VR4 Brake Upgrade :: VR4 4-Piston Big Brake Brackets Only (with bolts & washers)

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    see...$100 for a pair...fuck yeah.
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    Fuck sake I could of just used these! Fantastic find!

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    i'm confused. what's the advantage of this over just buying the tt hubs/knuckles? the tt hubs are significantly easier to replace bearings on (it's an assembly). if i'm down there anyway, i'd rather go with the simple stuff.

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    Soooo if that works a NA 3S would get 1G TT calipers and be able to use the cobra 13" rotors??? because thats what DSMs use when they use the RTM bracket. 1g vr4 rotors are 11.6" 2g vr4 rotors are 12.4" and NA rotors are 10.9".

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPD View Post
    i'm confused. what's the advantage of this over just buying the tt hubs/knuckles? the tt hubs are significantly easier to replace bearings on (it's an assembly). if i'm down there anyway, i'd rather go with the simple stuff.
    more so they are a company you could contact to get brackets made for other after market or other model brake calipers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MR2 View Post
    more so they are a company you could contact to get brackets made for other after market or other model brake calipers.
    now THERE'S an idea. in for whoever wants to get some vr4 knuckle adapters to work with corvette brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IPD View Post
    i'm confused. what's the advantage of this over just buying the tt hubs/knuckles? the tt hubs are significantly easier to replace bearings on (it's an assembly). if i'm down there anyway, i'd rather go with the simple stuff.
    Being OS and not in a land infested with cheap 3000GT parts, finding my TT hubs was a right royal pain in the ass. In the end I found a set reasonably priced. However for any of us over here who want those brakes without having to go to the effort of hunting down hubs, this is perfect! Bolt it on and your new 4 piston brakes are good to go.

    I would of gone with this if I knew about it at the start of the year.

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    hell yeah, i'm def buying some.

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