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Old 13th July 2007, 18:26   #1
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Rotora 12 Piston Kit with 16in rotors fits stock wheels

We are pleased to announce that the Rotora 12 Piston Big Brake Kit with 16in rotors fits stock wheels with no issues. Pictures coming soon

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Cool, let us know how much$$$
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That's unbelieveable, the Rotora product looks nice but if you are going to a brake upgrade IMHO go with Brembo. The quality and hx. is unmatched. The 12 piston caliper, well too many moving parts therefore increase flex. The monobloc aluminum Brembo ( one solid piece of aluminum no seam ) with 6 pistons is the ticket. It's good for the GT3. I have these brakes and they are awesome. For the track they make the stock brakes feel anemic and they puck-out after hardcore hot lapping. You do need 20" wheels, I run HRE 590R. These brakes are savagely stout!
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Cool, let us know how much$$$
From their website, the front 12 piston and rear 4 piston is $6560.
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