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Old 03-16-2003, 11:22 AM   #1
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Default Need part# for Subaru rear 2-Pot Backing Plate

I'm planning to install Subaru rear 2-pot in summer, the only parts I'm missing is the backing plates. Can anyone provide me the parts number for the Plates? Thanks for the help!

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Old 03-16-2003, 02:00 PM   #2
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Okay I could be wrong but I'm pretty sure the 2 pot rear rotors are the same size in diameter just wider because they are vented. If I am correct about this then the backing plates would be the same size as stock.
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Old 03-16-2003, 07:02 PM   #3
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No, I'm pretty sure they're not the same diameter. The stock rear rotors are 266x10mm and the Subaru 2-pots are 290x18mm.
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Old 03-16-2003, 08:55 PM   #4
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Worse yet the caliper mounting bolt spacing and location is entirely different from the 1pot sliding calipers.

The mounting bolt spacing on the 2pot rears are 4.5" and the 1pot calipers are 5.75."

You do realize this is not a part you can buy from a US dealer correct?

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Old 03-16-2003, 10:22 PM   #5
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I found the number for northursalia.com, #26655FA030. Can anyone confirm the number?
Actually I try the number at my dealer & 2 plates are about 250CND(170US) . If the part number is correct, I plan to ask my friend bring them for me from Japan, I think the price should be better over there.
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Old 03-17-2003, 11:22 AM   #6
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I found the number for northursalia.com, #26655FA030. Can anyone confirm the number?
Actually I try the number at my dealer & 2 plates are about 250CND(170US) . If the part number is correct, I plan to ask my friend bring them for me from Japan, I think the price should be better over there.
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??????

Where did you find that part number ont the Ravensblade site if you dont mind me asking? I was unable to find that part number at all on the site.

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Old 03-17-2003, 12:58 PM   #7
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If I have that somewhere, it's wrong .

26704FE090
26704FE080


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Old 03-17-2003, 03:38 PM   #8
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Where did you get that part #?

The part # I found was 26655fa020 for the right and 26655fa030 for the left. The similar # I found was 26704fe000 and 26704fe010 (rh and lh) for the Brembo setup. I hope that this is not confusing too many people.

I hope I did not tick off the moderator.
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Old 03-17-2003, 03:47 PM   #9
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Hmmmm

I think NU's got you on this one cardin. The numbers he listed are for the 2pot backing plates used with the R160 rear assembly, specifically on the Impreza NB-R.

IIRC the numbers you and alti posted are for the 2pot backing plates used with the R180 Impreza STis.

And then the last set is for the backing plates for the Brembo-equipped STi.

If hes putting them on a R160 equipped vehicle(which I assume he is) he needs the part numbers NU listed.

The pirate strikes again.

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I still didnt see where he got the above part numbers on NU's site tho.
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Old 03-17-2003, 04:28 PM   #10
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I found the numbers from 93-01 Impreza, "STi Two Pot Brake..." I cross checked some of the part numbers and they seem to match the rear 2-pots.
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The part # I found was 26655fa020 for the right and 26655fa030 for the left.
Yes, that's what I'm looking for... Thanks! You guys are so great!
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Old 03-17-2003, 04:34 PM   #11
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Default Okay, but...

I need a little clarifiying then. Do all new generation wrx's come with the r180 diff? I am still not 100% sure on NU part #. I have the JDM parts catalogue and the part doesn't even appear in it. It has the FE letters so I assumed it would be in there but no dice...

Any one else out there who can help us clear this up?
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Old 03-17-2003, 04:38 PM   #12
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Who in the GTA quoted you 250$cdn? Marino's?
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Old 03-17-2003, 04:42 PM   #13
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Like subysouth said, there is one new age WRX that came with the R160 (the rest are R180), so you have to order the backing plate that was used on that car, which are the #s that North Ursula gave.

I've got the R160 2pots on my car, but would have to crawl under to see if the PN is still there. You can also order them from Rallispec.

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Old 03-17-2003, 06:23 PM   #14
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I got them right off of the backing plates for the R160 (the one that will fit US cars with no issue) .


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Old 03-17-2003, 06:46 PM   #15
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I need a little clarifiying then. Do all new generation wrx's come with the r180 diff? I am still not 100% sure on NU part #. I have the JDM parts catalogue and the part doesn't even appear in it. It has the FE letters so I assumed it would be in there but no dice...

Any one else out there who can help us clear this up?
Yea cardin the numbers you quoted are for the "older" STi R180 two pot plates. The ones NU posted are for the Impreza NB-R 2002+ IIRC. And no they are not R180s, theyre R160s. Thats why that plate is compatible with our cars.

So if your catologue is not really up to date it may not have them in it, but I can assure you for installation of the 2pots on a USDM Subaru(except the SVX) the ones NU posted are it.

The others constitute a nightmare install as monovich can attest too.

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Old 03-17-2003, 06:52 PM   #16
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yeah, I'd be happy to sell you some R180 backing plates!
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Old 03-17-2003, 10:18 PM   #17
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so... speaking of the different rear backing plates:

Subaru 2 pots:
26655FA020 & 26655FA030 for R180
26704FE090 & 26704FE080 for R160 (Ok, this is what I need)

Subaru Gold Brembo 2 pots:
26704FE000 & 26704FE010 for R180

Am I getting it right this time?

I bring the whole list from NU's site to mississauga subaru, and here is the listed price from SOC in CAD...

STi Two Pot Brake Adjuster Assembly (Need 4 For New Install) 26258AA020 1 ->29.36
STi Two Pot Backing Plate (LH) 26655FA030 1 -> 108.68
STi Two Pot Brake Caliper (RH) 26692FA000 1 -> 375.69
STi Two Pot Brake Caliper (LH) 26692FA010 1 -> 375.69
STi Two Pot Brake Lever (RH) 26259PA000 1 -> 17.18
STi Two Pot Brake Lever (LH) 26259PA010 1 -> 17.18
STi Two Pot Brake Pads ST2850055360 1 Kit -> ???
STi Two Pot Brake Pad Clips (Need 2 For New Install) 26232AA040 1 -> 5.25
STi Two Pot Parking Brake Shoe Disc 26298AA020 1 -> 112.25
STi Two Pot Brake Plate (Need 2 For New Install) 26268PA000 1 -> 4.53
STi Two Pot Brake Rotor (Need 2 For New Install) 26710FA130 1 -> 178.90
STi Two Pot Brake Spring Adjuster (Need 2 For New Install) 26265AA071 1 -> 6.00
STi Two Pot Brake Shoe (Need 4 For New Install) 26265AA040 1 -> 2.29
STi Two Pot Brake Spring (Need 2 For New Install) 26267AA010 1 -> 3.03
STi Two Pot Brake Spring Washer (Need 2 For New Install) 625303000 1 -> 0.64

I think I only need the plates & rotors for my case, here is what I got:



Do I need something else?
Thanks a lot,
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Old 03-17-2003, 10:33 PM   #18
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Do I need something else?
Thanks a lot,
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Rotors, you gots to have rotors.

PN: 26700AE030

Or you could get DBA 653s

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Old 03-17-2003, 10:57 PM   #19
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PN: 26700AE030
So the rotors are not the 26710FA130 ones? Is the difference still related to R160 & R180?
Sorry but I'm confused again...
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Old 03-18-2003, 02:24 AM   #20
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Lemme kinda clear it up. There are other differences between the two rear assemblies, but as they relate to the rear brakes the big difference is the size of the internal parking brake drum.

The R160 uses a 170mm internal drum and the R180 uses a 190mm internal drum.

The number you posted IIRC is gonna be for the 290x18(190)mm rotor which is used with the R180 rear assembly. If you want the DBA part for reference, 656.

The rotor you want to go with your R160 rear assembly is the part number I posted, which is the 290x18(170)mm rotor, DBA 653. Its the one on the left in this pic:




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ss, is all JDM BH running R160 now?
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ss, is all JDM BH running R160 now?
yeppers

The only vehicles Subaru has put the R180 on are the Impreza STi models(and strangely I have recently learned the now defunct SVX or should I say the SVX apparently uses a 190mm rear handbrake.)

All BE/Hs and GDA/GGA models have the R160 rear assemblies.

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I stand corrected.

Tag team of NU and SS strike again.
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Old 03-18-2003, 12:12 PM   #24
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Thanks guys!
I'm glad that I haven't order the wrong parts.

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If I have that somewhere, it's wrong .

26704FE090
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so i can put this 2 pots on my 2002 wrx? what other part numbers do i need?
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