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front brake upgrade?

Discussion in 'A6/S6/Allroad forum (C5 Chassis)' started by koruptc5, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. koruptc5

    koruptc5 Member

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    As my car doesnt seem to want to leave me (sell) then i may keep it but even with uprated discs and pads it struggles with the extra 70Hp & 80lbft and really is quite scary breaking down from 100+ on track. I saw another post from a member and he was told to use hp2 brakes. Please could someone explain what these are and the best place to get them. im looking second hand and 2-£300 MAX. plus will 320mm discs be ok for my 17"X7.5" et43 wheels? My car is a saloon btw.

    Craig
     
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  3. koruptc5

    koruptc5 Member

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    oh and what exact parts do i need for the full setup (mine off - new on)
     
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    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    You need complete brakes off a 3.0 v6 tdi audi a6 2005 on, allroad 2002-2005, 2.0Tfsi 2005-2010,etc.
     
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    Chris, will these bolt straight onto a A6 2,5 tdi AKE quattro? i just noticed a set on German ebay..
     
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    They will bolt on, it's 320mm brakes you need...
     
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    Chris, what are the wheel size limits for these brakes?
     
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    adamss24 Well-Known Member

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    Have seen them under 16" wheels, however i would recommend 17" as a minimum...
     

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