Brembo Brakes Mk2 Golf

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  1. badger5 Club GTI Sponsor and Supporter Trader

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    280 brembo disks machined with eliptical grooves - 135/pair

    2-piece 304x28
    304x28 rotors-129/each
    bells-60each
    disk bell mounting bolts - 13.95/disk
    ds2500 for brembos - 109

    One piece 305x28 - 65/each plain, 90/each eliptically grooved

    prices are plus vat
    delivery-9.50
     
  2. mk2sp Forum Member

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    Hi Bill

    I have two Focus RS Mk1 Brembo calipers and need to install them on my Mk2 Golf. I run17 inches wheels that have the appropriate clearance.

    1) Can i run one piece 323x28 discs from Leon Cupra Mk1? I will drill extra hole to install them to 4x100.
    2) Do you make carrier brackets for these discs and calipers? Are the ones shown above?
    3) I already run 288 disc brakes and calipers from Mk4 Golf GTI. Are the carriers brackets from these brakes ok for the BREMBO calipers?
     
  3. prawnk1ng New Member

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    sorry to dump this up again but im new to brakes.
    if i run 17" bbs rs
    what is the biggest disc i can get on on ?
    also what brake / calliper can i use from another car?
    i understand i can get 305mm on 16" with the cupra R brakes but im really wanting to go on 17" as my golf mk2 -4x100 has alot og power
     
  4. Ecurie Ecosse Forum Member

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    The 305mm Cupra brakes stop well and are easy to fit. You need 16 inch wheels - I ran mine with 16 inch Borbet Bs with spacers.

    Get some good discs and pads with them and you are all set.
     
  5. prawnk1ng New Member

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    ive got hold of some porsche calipers and vag group adaptors with holes 94mm apart
    996.352.421
    996.352.422

    ive been reading up and there seems to be a bit of confusion with these brakes.
    supposedly there are 3 or 4 types of brakes with the same part number.
    some have a smaller surface area on the piston and people say they are no good.

    mine are on original paint - silver
    they are 996 C4 rear callipers.

    im now looking for a 4x100 disc to get on these callipers

    mk2 20v 16" schmidt TH lines - willing to for for 17" if it helps with brakes clearance issues

    ive been reading that these callipers usually use 312 discs on the porsche but im specially after a 4x100 fitment without redrilling
     

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