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Old 03-13-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default 4-pot with my current rotors?

I had ordered some rotors from r1concepts there prem line(originally was going to do a reg rotor and brake upgrade,) than I had the idea of doing a 4-pot swap. Did research and came across cars101, on the 06 wrx tr and 06 legacy 2.5i they both list the front rotor size as 294mm/11.5in. Just to calirify I had contacted r1 to see if there really is any difference.

06 WRX:
OD: 293.5mm
Height: 56.6mm
Thick: 24mm
Bolt size: 12.9mm

06 Legacy 2.5i
OD: 292mm
Height: 56.7mm
Thick: 24mm
Bolt size: 12.7mm

There is a slight difference between the two. I need some recommendations and help with options.
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Old 03-13-2008, 04:47 PM   #2
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You'll be fine. There's really two real "sizes" to Impreza rotors, the 10.7" ones that came on the old 2.5RS's and early GD RS's and the 11.4" WRX sized ones.

Just measure the rotor yourself, if it's closer to 11.4 than 10.7 it'll be fine
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Old 03-13-2008, 07:48 PM   #3
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Pheew, now that you put it that way
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