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Old 01-21-2007, 06:25 PM   #1
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Default FS or TRADE: rear STi Brembo's w/ DBA rotors and upgraded pads for stock WRX 4/2 pots

My car came with STi brembos on DBA rotors w/ some kind of upgraded pad in the rear and I want to change to the stock Subaru 4 pot front 2 pot rear setup.

I will trade the rear STi brakes, pads and rotors for the full stock WRX setup including rotors.

The car has an R180 in the back so I need the rears to work with this setup.

I just got back in to the Subaru world and don't have an internet connection yet so I don't know what's necessary to make the WRX brakes work on my car or even what the STi rear brakes are worth. I apologize for the lack of research but my time on this connection is limited and I wanted to put this up.

I may just sell the rear brakes if you send me a good offer, but I'm more likely to trade for brakes since my car will be undriveable without the rears.

Please PM or send email to paulfeghali@gmail.com with offers or possible trades and I'll get back to you ASAP (I can check gmail on my phone, so it's a little quicker that way).

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Old 01-21-2007, 06:27 PM   #2
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so you want 06+ wrx brakes?
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Old 01-22-2007, 02:40 PM   #3
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Sorry that post wasn't very clear, I was in a rush as I typed it up yesterday.

Yes, I want 06+ WRX brakes (or the older Subaru 4pot/2pot setup). Where it gets a little complicated is that since I'm running an R180 rear end, the rear brakes need whatever is necessary to make them work on my setup. I believe I just need different brake rotors and mounting brackets to make it work...does anybody know?

Since not everybody has the parts needed to make the rear work I suppose the asking price for my brake setup is the Subaru 4pot brakes plus whatever cash I need for the new rotors & brackets. If you have the full setup necessary to work on my car then I'll just do a straight trade for it all. If I'm way off with my prices I will then modify the offer so it's fair.

I'm not buying new brakes first and then selling this setup because I'm a little too broke for that right now. If I sell my rears and wait around to find stuff my car will probably be out of comission for longer than I can afford. A trade seems like the best way to work around my financial situation and minimize my battle wagon's down time.
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to make R180 work with OEM Brembos, you need the R180, Axles, Hubs and the entire brake assembly. what year are these off of? if 04' contact me and I can buy they straight up if you like, or i can give you my oem wrx brakes+ cash for your setup that way you won't be without a car. The brakes I have Endless Vita Nueva pads with at least 80% left. i also emailed you from matson. let me know
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The front 4 pots will bolt right up; however, the rear 2 pots should also bolt up because you have the R180. You should have the smaller bracket that is the same on the Brembos and 2 pots from what I understand. The problem might be that you cannot get a rear brake rotor that will work for your different hand brake assembly. Why do you want to downgrade your brakes? So you can run 16" and 15" wheels?
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Why do you want to downgrade your brakes? So you can run 16" and 15" wheels?

Exactly...I want to run some 15" rally wheels in the near future.
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okay, well let me know about a trade + cash, It would get you by for a while at least, and the Endless stop great. i think withe the Subaru 2 pots you need at least a 16" wheel though
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okay, well let me know about a trade + cash, It would get you by for a while at least, and the Endless stop great. i think withe the Subaru 2 pots you need at least a 16" wheel though
Nope you are wrong. You can run a few 15" wheels with them. 15 X 7 rally wheels fit on the Subaru 2 pot / pot set-up no problem.

That is a great reason to downgrade.
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