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Old 11-08-2012, 02:34 AM   #1
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Default Complete Corrado brakes setup

My old front brakes. As I removed them from the car. The setup includes:
- M-Tuned Corrado rotor brackets
- 1.8 calipers
- 1.8 brackets
- stainless steel brake lines (fronts only)
- pretty much new rotors (11")
- Porterfield R4S pads (fronts only) - a lot of life left
- Carbotech XP10 pads (fronts only) - also a lot of life left

$250 plus shipping. I would really, really prefer local pickup. I also have at least 2 other rotors laying around the garage, those are free.

Corrado rotors is the biggest cheap kit you can run.

To replicate this setup it would cost you $220 in just pads (145 carbotech, 75 porterfield), $120 in bracket kit, $50 in rotors, $50 in lines and who knows how much for stock calipers/brackets ($50?).

I was planning to use this setup for a while but bought 11.75" TSE kit instead. The rotors that had defective casting were thrown in the garbage, so don't worry about them failing.


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Also have a 1.6 VLSD diff for sale but doubt any of you want it - $120 local pickup.

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I would be all over this if you were local... GLWS
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I would be all over this if you were local... GLWS
I could probably fit each assembly in a flat-rate USPS box.
So how about $250 shipped?
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Is there any way these could fit under 14" Daisy wheels?
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Is there any way these could fit under 14" Daisy wheels?
I will find out tomorrow or Sunday.
However I think I have a buyer already.
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I think I'll pass for now, there are many more things I need to get besides brakes atm.
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I'm interested if your guy falls through.
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I'm interested if your guy falls through.
Send money to gaiazov -at- gmail.com and they are yours. He hasn't paid and I'm not holding anything.
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Lots of flaks, huh?

Hows the TSE kit working out for you? I'm thinking about buying it as a Christmas present to my self :P
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Lots of flaks, huh?

Hows the TSE kit working out for you? I'm thinking about buying it as a Christmas present to my self :P
works great but I haven't tracked it yet. should have bought it right away and skipped this "stock calipers and $150 carbotech pads that taper" experience
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