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What Porsche calipers upgrade has everyone go for, or which ones would you recommend for a mk4 r32?

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996t or cayenne

Make sure the part number has 351 in and not 352 if your looking at boxter or 996 brakes. 351's are fronts 352 are rears.
 

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Okay great stuff, I know obviously I will need carrier adapter, braided lines, calipers, new disc and pads, is there anything else?
 

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A fitting kit for the pads and you might aswell upgrade fluid. Also some spacers to clear the brakes
 

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Oh so the 996 are compatible with the standard size discs? Happy days there then
 

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Don't pay more than £370 for calipers you shoukd get good ones for that

I'm sure the pn is 996,351,451 and 452
 

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Okay I will get browsing, adapter are about 120 and lines by the looks of things are
so I'm talking 600 then for the kit
 
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