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Clearing out the garage: Brembo

Folks, this set of Brembo full floating 320mm rotors, calipers and master has been sitting in my garage for a long time. It was $1100.00 new in teh late 90's when I purchased it to upgrade my ZX-11c (ZZX for you over-the-pond folks). It has a minumum offset...maybe 1 mm...and everything a person with the need might need. The calipers and master will fit any Brembo non-radial mount.

I'm ready to make a SMOKIN' deal for someone who might have a use for this set: $500.00 USD and we'll work out shipping...

It's all brand new in the box ready to install.

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What would be needed to mount these up to a 06 f4S
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The biggest issue is that these discs are 320mm and yours are 310mm.
If you can measure center to center on your caliper mounting bolts, I can tell you if the calipers will work.
Also, use the attached diagram to map your discs. You may need a spacer to move the calipers out 5mm to accomodate the 320mm discs..that is IF the offest and bolt pattern match up.

You should have a five-bolt pattern, so measure bolt-to-bolt centerline.

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Great thanks ill do some measuring when I get off work
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