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Author Subject: 4 Pot Conversions
rich_w

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Post #26
Here's my Clio 197 / Megane 225 setup Cool





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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 18:48
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BTCC AP 4 Pots 295x26 2 piece. (only pic I can find)

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:42
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Compbrake Pro 7 Brembo and 330x32 2 piece

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:43
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Compbrake Brembo fitted

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:51
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Sean's V6 Brembo and Xantia Disc

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:47
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Clio 197/ Meg 225 Brembo and 310x28 2 piece kit

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:49
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Clio 197/ Meg 225 Brembo and 310x28 2 piece kit

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Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 22:50
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Post #33
Some weights I've recorded (per side):
GTI6 Caliper and pads 6kg IIRC (didn't write this one down!)
GTI6 Disc 5.9kg
Xantia V6 Disc ? (7kg guess)
406 V6 Disc ? (8kg guess)
BTCC AP Caliper and pads 3.1kg
BTCC AP 295mm Rotor and Bell 5.6kg
Renault Brembo, pads and adpater 3.7kg
310x28mm Rotor and Bell 6.6kg
406 Brembo and pads 3.7kg
330x28mm Rotor and Bell (7.5kg guess)
Compbrake Brembo, pads and adapter 5.4kg
330x32mm Rotor and Bell 8.5kg
Posted 5th Dec 2008 at 23:26
damien

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Post #34
wilwoods i had on the "shitter"

Posted 6th Dec 2008 at 13:45
Trigger

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Post #35
Don't forget mine Smile 4 pot Brembo's (radially mounted with special brackets) and 305mm 406 V6 ooupe discs. Fit under 16's with spacers just or 17's.
Posted 6th Dec 2008 at 17:43
phillipm

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Post #36
GTI6 Caliper and pads 6kg IIRC (didn't write this one down!)
GTI6 Disc 5.9kg
Xantia V6 Disc ? (7kg guess)
406 V6 Disc ? (8kg guess)
BTCC AP Caliper and pads 3.1kg
BTCC AP 295mm Rotor and Bell 5.6kg
Renault Brembo, pads and adpater 3.7kg
310x28mm Rotor and Bell 6.6kg
406 Brembo and pads 3.7kg
330x28mm Rotor and Bell (7.5kg guess)
Compbrake Brembo, pads and adapter 5.4kg
330x32mm Rotor and Bell 8.5kg
Wilwood caliper 2.6kg and bracket 0.24kg
GSR caliper, pads and bracket 3.9kg
330x26mm wavy disc, bell and bolts, 3.2kg


How much do the pads weigh on the wilwood setup?

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Posted 6th Dec 2008 at 17:59
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Post #37
phillipm wrote:

How much do the pads weigh on the wilwood setup?

Not much.
The whole package, dry, with my early bracket

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 05:26
phillipm

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Post #38
Hmm, that wilwood figure must be the total from the thread then Doh

Probably about 2.5kg inc. bracket and pads now then? Smile

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 05:35
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Post #39
So a saving of 3.5kgs per corner is a pretty good one then? How heavy are the spacers?

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 12:57
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About ~240g, I'll double check on some better scales later.

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 15:52
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1. Compbrake B4 4 Pots with 280x26 Rotors to fit 15" (CompBrake) - 2 piece discs
2. Willwood 4 Pots with 283x22 GTI6 Discs 15" (welly)
3. 406 V6 Brembo with GTI180 285x26 Discs 15" (ash)
4. 406 V6 Brembo with Xantia 288x28 Discs 15" (?)
5. AP BTCC 4 Pots with 295x26 Rotors 15" (VLR) - 2 piece discs
6. Fiat/Alfa Brembos with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16" (tomtomtom)
7. AP 4 Pots with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16" (rallyestyle)
8. Brembo GT 4 pot with 406 305mm disc 16"
9. Clio 197 Brembos with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16"(rich_w)
10. Clio 197 Brembos with 310x28 Rotors 16" (ash) - 2 piece discs
11. 406 V6 Brembo with 310x28 Rotors 16" (ash) - 2 piece discs
12. Hi Spec Billet 4 calipers on 325mm, 2 piece discs. (lee gti6)
13. GSR Inv. 4-pots with 330x26mm scolloped rotors. (PhillipM) - 3 piece discs
14. 406 V6 Brembos with 330x28 Rotors 17" (ash) - 2 piece discs
15. Compbrake Pro7 Brembos with 330x32 Rotors 17" (ash) - 2 piece discs
16. 406 V6 Brembo's with (2 piece disc, red bells..) 330x28 rotor's 17" (aknight)
17. AP CP6600 4 pot calipers and two piece AP 330x28 discs - plenty of room inside 7x17 2120 speedlines (martinj)

6-pots:

1. KAD 6pots with 285x28 discs 15" (Binka & Gti6boy) - 1 piece
2.)Tarox 6-pots 310mm Belled discs, 17" TSW's (Steve_h gti6,) - 2 piece discs.

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 18:36
rallyestyle

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Post #42
Nice setup there Martin, did you have to change the master cylinder at all?

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Posted 11th Dec 2008 at 20:14
martinj

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Hi,

No change to the master cylinder, the car still runs a servo but no abs. Once the tyres are up to temperature on an event the brakes are unbelievable, I needed to pull in lap belts on my harness as I was moving forward in the seat under braking.

Martin

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Posted 12th Dec 2008 at 18:16
nicopug

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1. Compbrake B4 4 Pots with 280x26 Rotors to fit 15" (CompBrake) - 2 piece discs
2. Willwood 4 Pots with 283x22 GTI6 Discs 15" (welly)
3. 406 V6 Brembo with GTI180 285x26 Discs 15" (ash)
4. 406 V6 Brembo with Xantia 288x28 Discs 15" (?)
5. AP BTCC 4 Pots with 295x26 Rotors 15" (VLR) - 2 piece discs
6. Fiat/Alfa Brembos with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16" (tomtomtom)
7. AP 4 Pots with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16" (rallyestyle)
8. Brembo GT 4 pot with 406 305mm disc 16"
9. Clio 197 Brembos with 305x28 406 V6 Discs 16"(rich_w)
10. Clio 197 Brembos with 310x28 Rotors 16" (ash) - 2 piece discs
11. 406 V6 Brembo with 310x28 Rotors 16" (ash) - 2 piece discs
12. Hi Spec Billet 4 calipers on 325mm, 2 piece discs. (lee gti6)
13. GSR Inv. 4-pots with 330x26mm scolloped rotors. (PhillipM) - 3 piece discs
14. 406 V6 Brembos with 330x28 Rotors 17" (ash) - 2 piece discs
15. Compbrake Pro7 Brembos with 330x32 Rotors 17" (ash) - 2 piece discs
16. 406 V6 Brembo's with (2 piece disc, red bells..) 330x28 rotor's 17" (aknight)
17. AP CP6600 4 pot calipers and two piece AP 330x28 discs - plenty of room inside 7x17 2120 speedlines (martinj)
18. 806 V6 Brembo Magnesium calipers with 302*26 discs (nicopug)

6-pots:

1. KAD 6pots with 285x28 discs 15" (Binka & Gti6boy) - 1 piece
2.)Tarox 6-pots 310mm Belled discs, 17" TSW's (Steve_h gti6,) - 2 piece discs.






807 V6 Brembos brakes : Bigger, lighter and quieter than thoose from 406 Cool

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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 02:47
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Wow... i like themmm... whats the clearance like?

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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 01:39
gti6girl

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Post #46
They do look the buisness!

What discs are used and where do you get the brackets?
Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 01:43
nicopug

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Post #47
Citroen sport shop LOL

Competition brake kit from the rallye car Citroen C2 Challenge Wink

[url]http://www.citroen.com/NR/rdonlyres/D40FC6FD-BAE8-4AC4-A571-2D1D3CD4AD37/44284/F11DisquesfreinAVFrontdiscbrakes.pdf[/url]

[url]http://www.citroen.com/NR/rdonlyres/D40FC6FD-BAE8-4AC4-A571-2D1D3CD4AD37/40578/F21EtriersAVFrontcalipers.pdf[/url]

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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 02:49
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Post #48
Nice one NicoThumbs up

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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 04:46
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Posted 13th Dec 2008 at 04:52
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They look really good Nico Yes How much did everything cost?

Are the calipers really magnesium? I know brembo use some expensive alloy mixes on their race calipers but for a road car they are a bit overkill as would cost a fortune Crazy

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