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Question PORSCHE 930 / CAYENNE...rear calipers

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Does someone know if the Cayenne calipers and discs can be ok for 930 / 88 rear arms....?

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That is a lot of unneccessary brake and add to your unsprung weight. The Big Reds are AMAZING, I have them on my car, those above is pure overkill even if they do fit.
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ive read the 930 brakes are straight off a 917 ,enuff said
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I'd surmise (guess) that the Cayenne calipers woul flow more fluid than the stockers....
Depends on what you have on front -
"Why bother" comes to mind...

Why not go with a proven setup?

930 brakes are fairly related to the 917, but are not the same.
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Hi guys....

My problem is the following one......

930 Big Red 996 TT rear adapters....?

So....i need some help......
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Yes...I did it and ask for the adapters....but I got no reply since 2 weeks now.....!...?
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Its a small operation and has a good reputation. Maybe try again and give him a little more time. I responded on the other thread too in that do you think you have NON 930 trailing arm adapters? Maybe contact the original vendor and see if they carry both, possibly swapped by accident.
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"Maybe contact the original vendor and see if they carry both, possibly swapped by accident."

Unfortunatly...no...they didn't make any mistake....and they didn't understand why it doesn't work....probably 930/1988 rear arms are different...?....
At the begining I did that upgrade because I found the 930 calipers/discs not enough efficient....and now...rear are not enough because as you probably know, 930's front breaks are often "blocking" when you brake hard....and there's no way to balance front/rear...I tried to limit front....and the results are a bit better...but not as much to have a good front/rear balance....(sorry if my technical language is not completely correct...but I hope you'll understand what I mean...)

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