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cayenne69

2011 Cayenne base brake rotor caliper 350mm 360mm 390mm

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Hello Folks, I need your help about a mystery question.  I have a base cayenne 2011 and I think it's the same rotor size 350mm as my Q7 because they share the same part number.  I want to know if I can fit the 360mm rotor same as the cayenne S or even better 390mm... if possible, as we can see on a website.  So what exactly the biggest "kit" rotor + pads I can fit on my base model without replacing the caliper.  If someone have made this, can also provide parts number.

 

To make a long story short, I'm back with Porsche again...  Had previously a 2004 cayenne from 2007-2013 and then a Q7 4.2 2013 to 2017

 

Thanks.

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Still confused about caliper size. I got some pics from the web and the caliper part number is always the same 7PP 615.123 and there is a code BM5 on black, silver and even red caliper.  I'm trying to find if Cayenne 958 base, S and Turbo share the same caliper even if color is different.  If yes what is the largest rotor we can fix 350, 360 or even 390mm and what is the perfect match with pads.  Even at Porsche dealer, they have only info to match with black, silver or red caliper... But as I can see on attached pictures, it's the same part number and same code BM5 except the yellow one BCZ, I guess it's the one with ceramic composite...  Thanks for your help

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Sorry, I dont know if I replied correctly on previous message, in the worst, you'll get another reply.  Here is my vin number WP1AA2A23BLA05481 and I got from dealer parts number 95535140151 and 251 for rotor 350mm and pads 95835193930.  I just want to know what is the biggest rotor part number I can fit without replacing caliper.  Here is what I baught for front and rear wheels. See pics.  Thanks again for your help

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