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Would these rear brake disc, fit a Audi S3 8L?

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by dikke, Feb 28, 2010.

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    Are your front brakes uprated or standard??

    If they are standard i would save the money and upgrade them to a larger size, you will notice the difference more
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    I have just bought some VW Golf MK4 R32 front brakes, as that is the only brake upgrade i can while i am driving with BBS Le Mans rims, and there isn't any/much room in these rims :-(
    The rear brake upgrade is more about the looks, than performance, and therefore it should be as cheap as possible :) the standard rear brakes is a bit to small if you ask me.
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    Darn, i thought the 2 cars, shared the same rear brake parts.
    The it is not that cheap anymore :think:
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    The rears are the same in diameter, but on S3's and TT's they are vented, and have a wider caliper to accomodate.
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