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Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by L80EWY, Apr 22, 2010.

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    [Apr 22, 2010]
    Seen a few people with golfs ect with Porsche brakes on, im wanting to get some for mine am i just going to have to keep looking on ebay for them or could anyone help me find some? Would any brakes fit of a porsche if there 5 x 112?


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    I can set you up with a Porsche set up with your A3, you got cash waiting Lewy?
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    Depending on a price mate?
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    £950 for the full kit. Everything ready to go.
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    weeeew didnt think it would be that much. Il let you off my apprentice wage doesnt go that far haha
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    How much did you expect????

    What are they off N8?
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    Theres a lad with a bora and i think he got his for a few hundred quid 300-400 quid, the 5 x 100 fitment though i think.
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    TBH anything below a grand for a decent brake kit is silly money as in very cheap, you should snatch his hand off.
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    300-400 quid? can't have been an actual Porsche kit, if it was must have been knakerd
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    4 pot 996 Calipers, brand new pads and discs, carriers and braided lines, at £950 thats f**king cheap, what price did you expect?????????

    Exactly my thoughts.

    996 Turbo 4 pots, excellent brakes.

    You need to listen to this man, he talks sense.
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    Its £800ish alone for just disc replacemnent on mine so £950 seems a steel.
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    Kris talks sense as well.
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