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I bought a set of big red brakes off an 11k Wrecked boxster S, the calipers have some light skuffs in them and id liek to touch them up. I realize that the brakes are prob powdercoated but im just looking for the right paint color for a bit of a touch up, any suggestions? Thanks

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I'm not sure what you're planning, but the stock boxster S brakes will not fit a non-s easily. The fronts will be fine, but the back ones won't clear the ebrake, the rotors are not quite the right size.

I just bought the upgrade kit for my 97 for $1550 from Suncoast.

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thanks ad sachs

nice mod

looks good and practical

how do you get the seat off....is it just unscrewing the 4 star bolts?

i saw them within the rail but couldnt get my 10mm to fit around and hold properly

thanks

ric

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re: how do you get the seat off?

I used a 3/8, the first couple of times, then had my local autoparts store order me the E12 socket (reverse Torx).

Next season, I hope to go to a seat actually made for 5-6pt harness so I didn't want to pay BK prices for a single season's use of an extinguisher mount.

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