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Cayenne calipers on rear 930....?....

Did anyone tryed this upgrade....?.......I'm looking for adapters.....if it does exist.....

I'm using 996TT discs (330 mm).....





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Old 04-20-2008, 02:24 PM
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Looks like you'll need to machine off the ears and then have an adapter made. I would think a good machine shop could fabe something easy enough.

If those are the rears, what's in the front and what's to keep you from over braking the rear?
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Looks like you'll need to machine off the ears and then have an adapter made. I would think a good machine shop could fabe something easy enough.

If those are the rears, what's in the front and what's to keep you from over braking the rear?
On front, I've fitted 996TT discs and calipers....and it's really too much.....front is often over braking and rear never block.....?.....some of the PPmembers said that with this front upgrade, that was quite normal....and now, rear tires will be 315/35/17"....so, as the discs will be the same 330 mm as on front, the larger pads will help to equilibrate.....I'm also looking for a dual master cylinder adapter on the mastervac....

the adapter for calipers should be something like that....

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Info on Cyanne calipers, this guy has the kits and information needed. No affiliation, etc.

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