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Race Brakes Sydney Street and race performance pad / rotor combinations as well as brake upgrades and Exedy clutch kits. Website Link

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Old 02-06-2019, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default Ba 355 or 380 front rotor and caliper upgrade

Hi guys.
Whats out there in Ba 355mm or 380mm front rotor and caliper upgrade?

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Default Re: Ba 355 or 380 front rotor and caliper upgrade

355mm is the standard brembo size. 4 or 6 piston should be a bolt on job.
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