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Which S4 has the 300mm rear discs??

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by S3 Paul, May 22, 2009.

  1. S3 Paul
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    S3 Paul Well-Known Member Regional Rep

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    [May 22, 2009]
    Hello all,
    Im new to this section of the forum but im on the 8L S3 section quite alot,
    I am trying to find out which year S4 has 300 mm rear discs.
    Im asking as im trying to develope my own 300mm rear disc conversion to fit my S3, If anybody can help and even if they have a disc/ pair laying around... no matter if they are warn, they would just be to mock up with. Thanks people.

    Paul
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    [May 22, 2009]
    B5's were fitted with 240mm solids prefacelift and 256mm vented post facelift.

    Might be B6 items your looking for.

    Only other stock car i'm aware of with large rears is the S8, which has 280mm ones post facelift. RS4's are bigger but they're pretty rare things.
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    [May 22, 2009]
    8E0 615 601R (B6).
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    [May 24, 2009]
    surely your s3 is 5x110 pcd not 5x112 thats on the s4? i have s3 brembo discs an have just sold a 300mm rear tarox because its all 5x110 an wont fit

    have you fitted different hubs?
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    [May 25, 2009]
    5/112mm discs can be run on an S3, the holes are simply elongated.
    The 57.1mm hub still holds the disc hubcentric.
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