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    2015 Porsche GT3
  1. JamesBuckalew

    Noisy brakes PCCB convert to steel Bremo??

    Does anyone have a link to convert my PCCB to steel? Can you do this on a 2015 GT3? Will this get rid of the squeaking noise? I want to keep the calipers. I do not track the car and I saw a 997 converted to Brembo steel drilled rotors. And yes before I bought the car I knew these brakes were and are infamous for noise. Thanks, James - Austin, Texas
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