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Old 06-09-2011, 01:41 AM   #1
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Default FS: various brake kits - tse 11.75", tse corrado 11" bracket, m-tuned rear sport



EVERYTHING IS SOLD

SOLD - tse 11.75" front brake kit (1 track day)
- 2x wilwood hats and rotors
- 2x 4 piston dynalites
- 2x brackets with all mounting hardware
- 2x stainless lines
- 2x wheel spacers

My first time safety wiring something was on these rotor bolts. I highly suggest you rewire it.

SOLD - tse 11" corrado bracket (several track days and some street)
- 2x brackets
- now includes all 8 bolts and washers
- 2x centering rings for rotors
- 2x corrado rotors

SOLD - m-tuned rear brackets (1 track day)
- 2x brackets
- 2x sports rotors
- no mounting hardware. NOTE: I may be able to find the right bolts at lowes, but I need to check tomorrow.

For some reason I needed a small spacer/washer with the m-tuned brackets to center the rotors. I think it was due to my aftermarket rear hubs. Not everything is pictured which is why I listed everything included. I also have various used pads (dynalite hawk dtc 60s, stock rear cobalt xr2s, stock rear dtc 60s) that I can include for the right price.
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I'm going to wait until my track day this Friday to see how bad my balance is with 11" fronts and 1.8 rears. If it's terrible, I might pick up the rear brackets.

That's an amazing deal for the 11" hardware, it's only $300 away from a great 11" setup if you throw in some used pads.
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Bump for the 11" corrado brackets.
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I can do $130 shipped in the 48 states for the 11" not including rotors.
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I picked up some grade 8 stuff for the bracket so now it includes all 8 bolts and washers.
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I picked up some grade 8 stuff for the bracket so now it includes all 8 bolts and washers.
Aren't the carriers threaded for metric bolts? Does $130 shipped apply to Canada?
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Aren't the carriers threaded for metric bolts? Does $130 shipped apply to Canada?
The tse brackets have SAE 3/8-16 threads. Ya, I'll do $130 USD shipped to Canada. I hate filling out the customs form.
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pm local pick up price for the package with rotors. You can PM me here or or norcalroadsters
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how much does the corrado rotors weigh on the car?
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Same as they do off the car.

Heavier than stock, although the hat has a fair amount of holes in it, so they probably weigh less than they could.

I believe the two piece rotors are lighter than even a 1.6 rotor, but you've got the increased starting cost, and a $160 bill to replace the friction rings when they wear out, vs. a heavier rotor and $60.
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ok thanks. anything hav to be modded to make em fit?
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Just the two centering rings that he's including for $150. After you pay that you'd just need $250 in calipers ($125 each), $80 in new brake lines, and ~$60 in pads. That's a great BBK for $540.
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Just the two centering rings that he's including for $150. After you pay that you'd just need $250 in calipers ($125 each), $80 in new brake lines, and ~$60 in pads. That's a great BBK for $540.
I was under the impression these just relocated the stock calipers radially to work with the larger rotors?
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As far as I know, tse doesn't make a bracket that relocates the stock caliper. The kit for sale is for wilwoods and for whatever reason it's been removed from their site.
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ah gotcha.
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for whatever reason it's been removed from their site.
Corrado kit was superseded by our current 11.75" kit, so it's out of stock and no additional production is planned.
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Bump.

SOLD

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