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You can bolt on the front calipers to your struts. You do need the 930 rotors. I have done this on my 77 track car.

For the rears, you need 930 trailing arms which relocate the caliper to behind the hub or you have to machine the calipers and get some spacers to mount these in the original location ahead of the hub. Once again, you need 930 rotors.

This swap takes an evening and is better than the early 930 stuff.

If you don't want to do this, you can significantly improve the early 930 brakes by:

1. Get some good quality pads (I like Pagid RS-29).
2. Replace your brake fluid with Brembo LCF-600.

You wont regret it.
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