[V8] brake upgrade options
lundabo at msn.com
Thu Mar 10 13:07:33 EST 2005
I think you have basically two choices if you are going to stay in the realm
of reason. There are wilwood based systems, two of which are available at
RPI equipped http://www.rpiequipped.com/store/c199078.2.html
You can go with the big brake set up with your current set up.
BIRA is basically porsche based, which has the attraction that they were
originally made for the street and may be more durable than the wilwoods
(though I have no proof of that). BIRA has a set up that works with the G60
set up you have already, so no need to swap struts etc. I would think that
the cost of going to the TT set up would not be worth it.
>From: "Jeremy Ward" <jward at mti-interactive.com>
>To: <v8 at audifans.com>
>Subject: [V8] brake upgrade options
>Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2005 09:44:49 -0800
>Now that I finally have 17" wheels, I would like to upgrade the brakes
>on the V8 (1 year or so timeframe). I have the G60's currently and as
>you know they leave a little to be desired. I know I can go with a
>BIRA.org setup for around $1k (right?)
>Dose anyone know how much the 100/A6 strut assemblies, A8 Rotors, TT
>Caliper bracket, and TT caliper setup would cost? Would I be able to
>source them used, or is that a bad idea? Bang for the buck, would this
>be the way to go?
>I also know several guys who have upgraded their B5 S4s to bigger rotors
>/ calipers, so I may be able to get the stock 2000ish S4 setup for
>cheap... What would need to be done to get them to fit on the V8?
>Impossible or more hassle than it's worth?
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