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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by yuan2211, May 12, 2011.

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    just wondering if i would be able to get better callipers for my s3.
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    haha there is a long list of ones you can use, depends how much you want to send really
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    don't know depends on what will be the best for the least at this time as im seeing funds depreciate rather quickly.
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    getting a upgrade isnt cheap, depending on options, your prob looking at anywhere between £1300-1800 as youll have to get a new set of discs as well as the standard ones wont work with any available callipers that i know of. tho you could sell your existing set up for about £4-500 which helps
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    to who? you know anyone who wants them
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    how much did your 4 pots set you back jungleman
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    i picked them up second hand, and paid about £650, but they needed new pads and rotors, which is why they were so cheap (pads and rotors for these are about £600) brand new they are £1800
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