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KS-CS

Torque specs for brake caliper bolts?

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Does anyone know the torque specs for the caliper mounting bolts on the 987? I found this article: Replacing Rotor on 996 GT3 which says the they should be torqued to 63 ft-lbs. Is it the same on the Cayman S?

Thanks in advance!

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what about the torque for the caliper itself on

a 2002 996 I'm rebuilding my calipers. Thanks in advance!

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what about the torque for the caliper itself on

a 2002 996 I'm rebuilding my calipers. Thanks in advance!

ralegen:

Do you have a source for caliper rebuild kits?

Regards, Maurice.

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Yes, 63 ftlb.

Loren, I thought it was 96 foot pounds? Just like on all 996's and 997's that s what is says in the tech manual.

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Yes, 63 ftlb.

Loren, I thought it was 96 foot pounds? Just like on all 996's and 997's that s what is says in the tech manual.

Caliper torque - not wheel bolt torque.

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