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Red Calipers for Carrera's

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  • 4 weeks later...

One more thing I want to revisit and I'll explain why...

Option code CRD and CRF... what are they really?

Option code CRD calls for 'brake calipers in red' for $1426.00

Option code CRF calls for 'brake calipers in yellow' for $3220.00

I am trying to determine if CRD is the standard brakes just painted or if this will result in a C2 with the larger TT/C4S red brakes. Similiarly will CRF result in the 350mm big yellows??? This would be the only thing that makes sense for the cost difference between the two. If it were simply paint, why would yellow be 2x the price of red???? The cost for a complete set of disks, calipers, pads for the big yellows is about $3000.00, in line with how Porsche typically prices their options (price of new parts / no credit for old).

The reason I am so interested is that if the option actually results in the larger brakes, I would be able to run them in C Stock PCA club racing.

I called PCNA and they do not know, I am working to get them to contact Germany, but have not been getting to far with them.

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