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Old 03-02-2018, 08:43 PM
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Came across these on Facebook. Looks like an interesting low-cost option for people on the budget.

Subaru 4 pot calliper conversion brackets

50 plus postage

These 8mm thick brackets made from mild steel have been manufactured to allow you to run 300 mm mtech discs from eBay (70) link below

These have been used on a car I run for a while now successfully

However I would advise that these are only used for track use only the same warning you get when you fit Meister R suspension, get the idea.

Brackets will be supplied with high tensile bolts.

The callipers are classic Subaru 4 pots from 1992+ Impreza or legacy.

This setup will fit under 15s

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That guy is shady as ****, won't tell you what the rotors are off of, have to commit to a purchase then he'll send you an eBay link for slotted rotors.

Look up pads for those calipers, at the time i looked he wouldn't even tell you which Subaru calipers they were but they are all in the 200$+ range for race pads. The calipers also cost as much as willwoods too. That killed the swap for me.

I would like to know what OEM application those rotors are for.
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All iron. Heavy. No thanks.

We have had a thread on these locally, not much interest beyond the 'that's new, what's it all about'.

Dunno about shady, but informative - not.
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Renault Grand Scenic one piece rotors, I hear.

ETA (for completeness): Single piece Grand Scenic1.5DCi Front Drilled Grooved Brake Discs 04, 300mm x 24mm 4 stud vented discs. Fleabay listing here, if anyone is interested.

Very heavy would be my guess.

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Thank you sir!
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He also fails to broadcast what he once admitted to in comments: the stock brake lines will fit but are a little short.
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But why?

The subaru 4pots are not exactly cheap, even for used parts.
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Was wondering the same. But yea, doesn't seem like a good deal. Maybe in Europe possibly?
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1.58" piston bores on the subaru, 1.38" on dynapro calipers.

Just some info.
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