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    Porsche Brake Kit

    I have for sale a Porsche kit consisting of the following

    996.351.425 / 996.351.425 Porsche Boxster S / 996 front calipers

    Creation Motorsport Golf MK2 / Corrado adaptors

    305mm Drilled and grooved discs

    HEL hoses.

    They were previously fitted to a 4 stud G60.

    There is a small amount of corrosion on the caliper pad retaining pins.

    All pistons move freely.

    You'll need 16+ inch wheels to clear these monsters.

    Looking for £SOLD. Pickup only from between Reading and Maidenhead.
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    Last edited by marks2; 19th March 2018 at 4:59 PM.

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    I run the exact same setup on my 20vt and have had no issues in slowing it down

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    Thanks. I ran the same calipers (albeit with different discs) on my S2 Avant.

    Superb brakes.
    Last edited by marks2; 13th February 2018 at 9:08 PM.

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    Price reduction to £SOLD.
    Last edited by marks2; 19th March 2018 at 4:59 PM.

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    No one interested in this kit?

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    Any 16v / 5v turbo / G60 owners out there looking to upgrade your brakes?

    The kit should fit a VR although you'd need different discs (I have no idea if you can re-drill to fit the 5 bolt hole pattern).
    Last edited by marks2; 19th February 2018 at 2:22 PM.

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    Bump to the top. I've found and will include in the sale the HEL rear beam hoses to match the fronts.

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    Plenty of views. No-one interested?
    To reiterate the calipers are Porsche Boxster S / 996 fronts not the inferior non S or rear calipers.
    Last edited by marks2; 7th March 2018 at 1:03 PM.

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    Still for sale? I pm’d u
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    blackberry AUQ 20VT...in progress
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    http://the-corrado.net/showthread.ph...5-20vt-Corrado

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    Sold

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