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Porsche Crest Cayenne Brakes

Has anyone out there tried the Cayenne Turbo (6 piston) calipers on there 930? I have seen an add by Going Super Fast that says they can fit them in 17"rims.

Does this really work and how well?

Looking for opinions.

Thank you.
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A lot of things might fit or work, but you need to look at the brake pad and caliper piston size. Here's a link to some brake pad and caliper piston size info, but it doesn't have the Cayenne. If you find that info you can compare. What you don't want to do is overbrake your existing rotors. The rotors have to be sized to accept and dissipate the heat generated. Maybe somebody else can chime in about the hydraulics, but your master cylinder must be sized for the caliper pistons or you'll have a soft/spongy/hard/etc. brake pedal.

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