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Old 10-08-2010, 12:02 AM   #1
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I read around and noticed a few people talking about running VW corrado rotors on the front. Would they be PnP with the stock calipers?

I'm looking at starting auto-x and some other events next year but I don't really have much money to spend. Plus, my current **** is just that, ****.

I was looking at these:

Could I just throw these on the front with stock calipers? What could I do to the rear?

I did search, but I didn't really find anything all that conclusive.
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M-tuned makes the bracket kit you need. It'll work with your stock 1.8 calipers.
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Bear in mind that brake changes move you up to faster classifications.
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