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turbo brake callipers

Hey felowPelicanitesI
I've had 4 piece set of working Turbo brake Calipers on my shelf for about a year with the intent to mount them on my old 911 (dumb Huh ). Simply to much work so I'm putting them up for grabs to whoever wants them for their 944 .nothing wrong with them. It would take an lot of work to rework the struts to right width for the bolts to work. So I'm buying 911 turbo brakes instead . Just so you know I live in South Carolina , since everyone asks were I'm from
I paid 500.00 for them ...any one interested? Busterblond and Happy NewYear

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Reduced Price

OOOOOOOkay that went over like a lead balloon...So how about $400. with shipping
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how much work do they need to mount on a 944? cleaning new rings new seals stuff like that
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Mount on 944

I think as long as the bolts are a 3 & three quarters of an inch to center , with the right rotors I should think it would work. my problem was my porshe 911 is 3 and a half inches so I would have had to cut off the strutt spacings and weld new ones ,just to much work for me
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The rears will bolt up just fine to any five lug. However, for the fronts, you have to have the correct spindles, as the caliper mounting holes are further apart. What complicates things further is that the correct late spindles do not have the mechanical speedo hole, so if you have an early car with mechanical speedo, you will either lose your speedometer, you will have to convert to electronic speedo, or you will have to have the driver side spindle drilled for the speedo hole.
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Dropping the price t o$350.00 . Sounds like drilling the front spindle is the cheapest solution
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Are these from an 86 turbo or a late offset 87+ turbo car?
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do you still have these and are they early 86-or late 87+
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Calipers are the same for 86, 87 to 89 - what is different is the spindles and rotors. You must have the 86 Spindles and rotors for early car, and 87 Spindles and rotors for later - Then you still will have to drill these spindles for the speedo cable, or convert to electronic with the 86 - 89 spindles. On the 86 set-up the hubs are on the outside of the rotor even though the hubs are the same. On the 87 up hubs are on the inside of the rotor and are different this way so the 87 spindles and rotors are different - hubs and calipers are the same mountings 86 - 89 turbo. Which ever set you get you will need the Spindles, rotors, hubs and Calipers to convert to turbo brakes - Your early single piston brake system can then be sold to a VW racer to fit later bugs (Super Beatles) and Type II VW's (Again your old front spindles, rotors, hubs and calipers - rear calipers and rotors - will fit them).

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