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The caliper itself is the same, but the cobra rotor is thicker as it is vented, so the pads these come with are going to be thinner. These can be used on GT rotors with GT brake pads.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 0 0
Are the calipers exacltly like the Cobras. Or are they "cobra style" meaning would they fit both a GT and Cobra ? Do you have to do some modifying to ths spindles and rear end to make these fit. The reason I am asking is the stock rotors are 11.5 in the front and the rear is 10.5. And the upgrades are 13 front and 11.5 for the rear. So I don't understand how they could fit being that the rotors are much bigger.
Asked by earl B. from Vail | Comment 0 0
If you have a 94-04 GT or V6 the front calipers and rotors will bolt right on with no modification to the spindles. The front calipers have a larger bracket to fit the larger rotor. In order to install the rear calipers you will need to install the cobra caliper brackets and cobra rotors, part # M2300M.
Answered by Nathan A. from Waco | Comment 1 0
Will this kit fit a 16" wheel ? I have a stock 1988 Saleen (with factory 5 lugs / 16" wheels) and I am going to use SN95 spindles with them? can that combination work for this car with that wheel size? Also, do I need to replace my booster/MC?
Asked by MOHAMMED A. from SPRINGFIELD GARDEN | Comment 0 0
You will be required to run at least a 17'' wheel with these brakes. Converting the master cylinder will be required for proper pedal effort depending on what rear brake setup you go with.
Answered by Karson S. from Hewitt | Comment 1 0
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