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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 1:56 pm 
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what do we reckon chaps? these are obviously bolt on, but are the gains huge?

and how will a cossie set up compare? and are they bolt on?

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 Post subject: Re: brakes
PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 2:40 pm 
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£45 post for brakes is worth it.
But Id rather get new discs as they look shagged.

Could easily run bigger ones for not much more cost :)

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 2:47 pm 
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yeah and pads i reckon paul... do you know if the cossies are bolt on? because i know wango has some

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Think you have to drill out the hub holes or 12mm, and use a 3mm spacer on the disc for cossies. Same as which you do for most of the upgrades ;)

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is that including the rs2000's then too? :P ta paul

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they bolted straight onto an xr2i before but i maybe wrong

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cossies calipers will bolt straight on its the mondeo calipers you need to drill the hubs out for


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what about rs2000?

i know your the brake man so thats sound lol

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just not sure the cossie set up will fit behind my wheels, i know the rs2000's will because i have the wheels off that car :P

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I'm sure they will mate.. ;-)

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no they wont. youll need spacers with those wheels. its to do with the shape of the spokes..doesnt need much. 3mm should do it ;)


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PostPosted: Tue Feb 28, 2012 11:30 pm 
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Cossie/mondeo v6 with 278mmx24mm discs will fit under rs2000 wheels with only the 3mm spacer between the hub and the disc, this is a fact as it is what I am running on my car, if I get a chance I'll take a pic and upload it


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With mondy/cossie brakes you do have to drill the brake pad carrier holes out from 10mm up to 12mm, the standard flexi pipes fit no problem


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i may have some v6 mondeo calipers you can have free mate
then you can spend the money on having them properly machined to fit rather than spacers etc

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thanks tonwah, darren... think i might just go for the rs2000 brakes for ease, but are they a direct bolt on? i dont mind having to space out the cossie brakes if needed and drill them out, but it would save hassle!

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