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As per title i am going to let these go as i need to get the wheels to sit further in under the arch


These ARE NOT cayanne calipers!!!!!

These pair up to standard R32 334mm discs and come complete with carriers, bolts, pads and braided hoses ready to bolt on and bleed
Pads are hardly worn with WELL over 3/4 left on them

Originally when fitted


These have been re done in satin high temp black due to the coating looking tired
nice and subtle too
Looking for £800 ONO delivered

 

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more than man enough as the pistons are slightly smaller than the cayanne

Have had these along with 284mm rears and can lay down a staggering 3.1 TON of more than usable brake torque
 

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more than man enough as the pistons are slightly smaller than the cayanne

Have had these along with 284mm rears and can lay down a staggering 3.1 TON of more than usable brake torque
i thought these were cayenne? i know there are 2 types 17z and 18z, (17 and 18 meaning the size of wheel on the cayenne so obviously the 17s are smaller calipers) are there any embossed logos on them with 17 or 18z?
 

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to be honest i have never looked at them lol
but one thing is sure these will ONLY fit behind an 18" wheel

I will get the part numbers and post them up
 

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to be honest i have never looked at them lol
but one thing is sure these will ONLY fit behind an 18" wheel

I will get the part numbers and post them up
i had 17z cayenne ones but sold them, they do look similar

 

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They are VERY similar but using a tad smaller piston size on the RS gives them a better pedal feel on the MK4 as we all know the above can be a bit sloppy due to piston size and mk4 MC comparability
 

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They are VERY similar but using a tad smaller piston size on the RS gives them a better pedal feel on the MK4 as we all know the above can be a bit sloppy due to piston size and mk4 MC comparability
yup thats why i sold em lol, too many horror stories, ill just save up for some 996t's
 

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996 or 997 for the win


Have had these for a while and never had so much fun, have done the ring and stelvio so will be GUTTED to let them go but would rather keep the wheels and loose the brakes just to save the paint as on my wheels they are hanging out a little lol

BTW these fit behind an R32 wheel with i think a 15mm spacer
 

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I sure did but only the left hand side while i was checking a CV boot ha ha

PN number is 996.351.431.30

is for GT2/3 and GT3RS
 

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These still for sale?
 
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