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BIG BRAKES upgrade S4 b8 and S5 complete back - calipers, carrie, rotors, pads MINT !

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  1. Remi
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    [Feb 25, 2011]
    I have for sale full rear brakes from S4 B8 2010 330mm :blink:

    GENUINE

    Mint condition as U can see on pictures

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    Direct bolt on fit for A4 B8 / A5. means there is no messing with the position of the caliper or fitment of the wheel. you just mount the discs + calipers and they are perfect without any machining/grinding to get the alignment right.



    rear brakes :

    almost new pads

    2 x calipers

    2 x calipers carrier

    2 x rotors 330MM X 22MM PCD 5/112

    Audi Dealer massive sale price over 1000 pounds


    Sale for 300 pounds only :w00t:


    S4 B8 2008 MODEL YEAR ONWARDS (8K) WITH PR NUMBER - 1KE

    S5 CABRIOLET 2010 MODEL YEAR ONWARDS (8F) WITH PR NUMBER - 1KE

    S5 COUPE 2008 MODEL YEAR ONWARDS (8T) WITH PR NUMBER - 1KE

    RS5 2010 MODEL YEAR ONWARDS (8T)


    Probably U can upgrade A4 b8 or A5 as well

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    [Dec 18, 2014]
    Can you post pictures again but upload them on here. Can't view them. Thanks
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    [Dec 18, 2014]
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    [Dec 18, 2014]
    The original post is from 2011... :think:
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    [Dec 18, 2014]
    Hello Karl, had a long read through your thread you posted, love what you have done to your car. So much effort! Just wanted your expertise on this. I've found some 2010 S4 brakes. Comes with new pads as well. image.jpg

    Firstly would they fit onto my A4 B7 TDI ? I currently have 19inch wheels on it

    And secondly apart from bigger vented discs is there anything else I would need to make them fit on?

    Thanks!
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    [Dec 18, 2014]
    Whoops missed that, I wouldn't imagine they are still for sale.
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    As to whether these will fit on a B7 I am not sure. I definitely know a B8 disc won't fit on a B7 as the B7 has a 57mm centre bore the B8 66.5MM so I don't know if the offset of the disc is different as well.

    Karl.
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    [Dec 18, 2014]
    I've read up on the forums and I'm pretty sure you can run the S4 breaks on B7 Discs. Its the carriers that I think I do not know which to use.
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    [Dec 19, 2014]
    The carrier is part of the caliper. One of the reasons they weigh so much, there is no sperate carrier it bolts straight to the hub.
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    [Dec 19, 2014]
    O okay, well Imma go for it and try it, I'm 99% sure it will be fine. I've got a mechanic who is going to help me as well. Thanks for your advice Karl :icon thumright:
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