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I bought my '91 last June (and July-- had to wait weeks for the Canadian
parts guys to ship timing belt rollers). Had original brakes F/R, and
the fronts were so bad the LF wheel bearing started howling shortly
after I bought the car. When I called around, NOBODY had had any of the
AoA kits for years. A dedicated parts guy can figure it out from the
TSB, but it seems like it was over $2K to piece it together. New wheel
bearing housings are just the beginning. You might not need the tie
rods, though. The new inner ends were ~4mm shorter.
I've heard Eric Fletcher has a kit that works w/ the original spindles.
I put on the S6 brakes, from Hoppen. Even more expensive than rolling
your own from the dealer-- includes spindles, etc., and you must go to
16" wheels. The big brakes are nice on the street, still messing w/ the
suspension before taking it to the track, but that's another story...
'86 4000 CS UnQ (sold to a friend who still talks to me)
'89 200Q (gave its life for mine last year)
'91 V8 5-spd
'93 90 CS UnQ (wife's car)