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Big Yellow Brakes

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I know that this info has been posted before, but I searched diligently on all the forums and could not fin it. What are the part numbers for the big yellow calipers, rotors, pads and other nesc. parts. I am cosidering upgrading to them on my 996. I believe they were all motorsports parts from the cup car. Thank you.

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If you mean the Cup Car brakes:

Front brake disc: One piece steel Diameter = 350 mm

Brake disc thickness: 33 mm

6 piston – aluminium brake caliper.

Rear brake disc: One piece steel Diameter = 330 mm

Brake disc thickness: 28 mm

4 piston – aluminium brake caliper.

The shipping pads on a Cup Car are: Front axle Pagid P50, rear axle RS14 green

If this is what you need let me know and it will take me a day or two look up the Porsche Motosports part numbers.

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