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    audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    The Audi TT, Toyota Celica, and some VWs have 5x100 bolt pattern. Is it possible to upgrade my diablo replica fiero brakes and use their aftermarket big brake products? I found some great prices on willowood 13" brakes for these cars... Will it work.!?

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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    These will bolt right on with every single thing you need, work with your stock e-brake cable, comes with the prop valve and proper master cylinder, braided brake lines (these make more of a difference than you know). For what it has,,, awesome deal

    http://www.westshorefabricators.com/...tCarBrakes.htm

    you can indeed go with any pats you can make fit, but then you'll have to deal with all the problems that the above set has dealt with... Are you comfy making your own brackets for the calipers and such? personally, I'm much more comfy with HT's stuff, many kit car vendors use their stuff as standard, Gagliardi does, and those wilwood brakes are an upgrade option on his turnkeys. If a man who does the welding and fab that he does uses HT's kit, you may want to leave the brake fab up to HT as well.


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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    It would be nice to find an alternative brake setup. I will need to do something myself this year for brakes. 3k for brakes is certainly a lot to swallow. Even if they are a Mad Mechanics vendor.

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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    The only brake system that really bolts on to the Fiero is the Fiero. With adapters, one can make all of the rest work.

    Bob
    Bob custom '84 Fiero SE --->>> custom F408
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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    I've heard of Lebaron/S10/Corvette brake swaps; not sure if there's a kit that exists for them though. Pennock's would be the place to look...

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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    I got adapters to run 12" Corvette brakes on my AD355. I got the kit from West Coast Fiero.
    I just got the brackets and hub centric rings. I got the calipers and rotors from Ebay cheap.
    I would go for the Vette rear brake caliper from (I think) an '88 because you can hook up your Ebrake to it with a little manipulation. Whereas the regular rear brake calipers from the earlier years would require a stand alone e brake set up.

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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    Thanks for all the info and input ;D

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    Re: audi tt, celica, bolt pattern is 5x100 so can i......?

    The Grand AM brake upgrade is also bolt up. All you need is to get someone to turn your stock front rotors into hubs and the rest bolts on. The parts are very reasonable at any auto supply shop.

    I have hubs if you need them.

    The Dawg

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