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Just installed a PORSCHE BBK with some goodies...

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by mrgicm, May 4, 2010.

  1. mrgicm

    mrgicm Phantom black S3/

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    Hello,

    Here are some picturese of my PORSCHE BBK 6 piston monoblock with 2 pieace 370mm floating rotors on the front, and 355mm 2peace floating discs on the rear with the OEM callipers, origginally the callipers were yellow but I got them painted to red with the brembo sign. also had my silver Team dynamics 18" changed to gloss black to point out the brakes... had around 500miles done with the brakes and they brake like hell, the car stops imeadetlley without lossing brake power throuth the way, the braking bias is just perfect even dough I expected to be worse. :) lovin this mod... both rear and front pads are Ferodo DS2500...

    front brakes
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    rear brakes
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    on the car
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    new rims with the Toyo R888s fitted...
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    #1 mrgicm, May 4, 2010
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  3. akash_sky1

    akash_sky1 Active Member

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    Nice but think your measurements are wrong, the standard discs are like 320mm arent they? dont you mean 370mm and not 270?
     
  4. L80EWY

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    They look huuge :)
     
  5. mrgicm

    mrgicm Phantom black S3/

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    Sorry for the my mistake... edited the post.. they are 370mm and 355mm... :)
     
  6. a3_dan

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    Please do mine next!!!
     
  7. EvolutionV

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    Nice :hubbahubba:
     
  8. S.

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    awsome :hubbahubba:
     
  9. N8

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    Wow, stunning :wub:
     
  10. *ace*

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    That looks awesome bud:rockwoot:
     
  11. dbndude

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    awesome!
    what did it set you back mate?
     
  12. JamesS4cab

    JamesS4cab Well-Known Member

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    FM those are huuuuuge!!
     
  13. Mikey

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    I have man fluid in my pants
     
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    You always do :ninja:
     
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    S3RYE Interior Next!!

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    wow!:hubbahubba:
     
  16. mrgicm

    mrgicm Phantom black S3/

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    Thanks for the compliments guys... :) when a friend knows a friend who knows a friend everything total including ferodo ds2500 and castrol SRF racing brake fluid and install was around 2450 pounds.
     
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    awsome work mate, cant begin to enagine your braking power now
     
  18. magnus911

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    Jesus...

    I suppose you can't do that without 19's?
     
  19. tcardio

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    Officially baller status ! Those things are fecking huuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuge!
     
  20. micasb

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    Hi there my friend.

    tell me one thing, those rear brake calipers are from S3?!

    Regards.
     
  21. mrgicm

    mrgicm Phantom black S3/

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    Yes, the rear are standard S3 OEM callipers stripped down and painted in red... there is no need for stronger callipers on the rear...
     
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    very nice looking:)
     
  24. mrgicm

    mrgicm Phantom black S3/

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    Thanks for all the positive comments... and the feedback up to now is INSANE !!1 just lovin the stoping power witch is far more agressive than stock. But I am going to Nurburgring next week for 5 days, and will see how the brakes cope up with that.. just got my brand new Michelin Sport Cup 225/40/18 ready for this trip... :)
     
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    Hi,

    From what car did those 355mm rear dsics came from? You use stock S3 pads for those discs?

    Best regards.
     
  26. POPOV

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    Seems as the creator of this thread has not been active for some time on here =( .
    Does anyone on here know what adapter brackets that where used to fit the calipers to the hub. The S3 hub do not allow for Porsche 18Z calipers to bolt on out of the box and no adapter brackets are sold commercially that I know of. So this had to be done specially for this set up. Any input is welcome as I have the 18Z calipers already but cannot fit them.
     
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  27. Mr. B

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    Wow so you can fit 355mm discs on rear S3 calibers? Straight fit??
     
  28. S.

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    if i remember correctly it was custom made.
     

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