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Old 03-15-2004, 08:23 PM   #1
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Your NASIOC Administrator H-6 brake upgrade for dummies

There has been some local interest in this and I though I would post here for those in Hampton Roads/Mid-A. The H-6 brake upgrade is probably the cheapest brake upgrade out there. It involves swapping out the rear brakes on a WRX/RS with the rear brakes on a 2000+ Outback. The new brake rotors will end up being about an inch bigger than stock.

Here is what you will/may need:

26696AE020: $84.95 WRX rear brake pad kit (need one)
26625AE000: $54.12 Outback rear caliper bracket (need two)
26700AE04A: $66.36 Outback rear rotor (need two)

You might be able to skip item one depending on the condition of your pads. It is always "best" to replace them at the time of rotor replacement though.

Alternate rotors: view this thread.
Cheaper metod: http://forums.nasioc.com/forums/show....php?t=1824687

How to do it

Perry Subaru Discount for the above listed prices. Perry will ship to your location as well, or you can get these parts from another source. The prices listed are 20% off retail.

*****04 users have to use 03 pads in order for this to work properly. Thread with details

-Team Cheapskate

Last edited by Unabomber; 02-23-2014 at 06:55 PM. Reason: updated pad number/price
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