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6waysforward

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Post #126
armzs16 wrote:
Could add Renault sport brembos used with 406 coupe 305mm discs to this list of it isn't on there already. Works out an awful lot cheaper than bells and rotors though obviously heavier.


How did i not know this combo could be used Dunno

I would assume you would need a couple of mm machining off ash's brackets to lower the caliper? is the offset correct or would it need spacing to?

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Posted 2nd Feb 2016 at 22:37
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Post #127
Needs a pretty basic caliper bracket and maybe small spacers depending on wheel choice. Woodstain has it on his and it works well and clears his challengers.

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Posted 3rd Feb 2016 at 07:09
armzsc6

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Post #128
Literally a rectangular block with 4 holes in is all you need. Could fit any radial mounted callipers with those discs very simply. I'll see if I can get some pics off him.

We had been wondering for years what discs they were as they were direct fit. until last year I rebuilt and put a new engine in the car for the guy who now owns it and realised they were 406 305x28mm discs.

Means you can buy new discs for £50 if you wanted instead of 3-400 for rotors.

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Posted 3rd Feb 2016 at 07:37
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Post #129
Bump.

Hi guys,
I bought Alfa Gulia brembo, has anyone used it before?

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Posted 2nd Oct 2022 at 12:13
rallyestyle

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Post #130
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Bump.

Hi guys,
I bought Alfa Gulia brembo, has anyone used it before?


Not heard of those exact calipers being used but pretty sure similar calipers have. By the looks of things you would need brackets and bells made up.

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Posted 4th Oct 2022 at 09:40
welshpug!

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Post #131
Probably going to be way too big, they're intended for a 360x32mm disc of its off the 2.9!

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Posted 4th Oct 2022 at 22:35
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Post #132
Yes, I think I will have a problem. I bought it because it's the lightest and newest. Anyway, I bought a Megane RS Brembo suit. I hope I can be successful I'm thinking of using it with 7x16 et18 Ultraleggera, if I succeed, I will share it with you

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Posted 9th Oct 2022 at 09:02
Day666

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Post #133
-er- wrote:
Bump.

Hi guys,
I bought Alfa Gulia brembo, has anyone used it before?


unless your running 17s with a large offset your going to have issues as Welshpug said Thumbs down
Posted 14th Oct 2022 at 16:55

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