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About mmylonas

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    PCGB (Porsche Club Great Britain)
  • Present cars
    993 Cabriolet
    Audi RS2
    VW Golf GTI
    Alfa Romeo Bertone 105 series GTAM race car (replica)
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    Maserati Spider
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  1. Help from over the big drink. I was wondering if anyone over there can help. I have a 993 Cab and an Audi RS2. The RS2 was fitted as standard with Porsche brakes and has the big red conversion which I understand means it has 993 Turbo callipers and drilled discs. My old callipers and discs are a little long in the tooth and I was looking for some advice on replacing them. Suppliers of 993 Turbo callipers in the UK are quoting very high prices and I am wary of second hand ones in case they are shot also. Does anyone have experience of refurbishing callipers? Would you recommend it and is it a cost effective option? Alternatively does anyone have a set of new/nearly new Turbo callipers (and drilled discs!) sitting around that Santa gave them and they don't want... Any help gratefully received: mm@3serjeantsinn.com Many thanks Michael Mylonas
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