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PCCB conversion to steel


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What would be involved in swapping from the PCCB rotors to the standard steel rotors on a GT3. I understand that the steel rear rotors are 20mm smaller than the ceramics. Can the same calipers be used or would I have to swap them for the proper steel rotor calipers?

TIA

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The front rotors are the same size at 350 mm but the rears are 20 mm smaller. From what I understand, the calipers are the same except for color. And, as you know, the yellow pads work on both PCCB and steel rotors. The only other thing that's different is the fluid feeding tube. I don't know what's different about it other than the fact that it has a different part number.

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What would be involved in swapping from the PCCB rotors to the standard steel rotors on a GT3. I understand that the steel rear rotors are 20mm smaller than the ceramics. Can the same calipers be used or would I have to swap them for the proper steel rotor calipers?

TIA

Why do you want to remove the ceramic rotor? Any problems on the street or track?

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What would be involved in swapping from the PCCB rotors to the standard steel rotors on a GT3. I understand that the steel rear rotors are 20mm smaller than the ceramics. Can the same calipers be used or would I have to swap them for the proper steel rotor calipers?

TIA

Why do you want to remove the ceramic rotor? Any problems on the street or track?

Not necessarliy a lot of use to you in the US, but some of the independent specialists over her in the UK offer replacement kits for ceramics which use the original PCCB calipers. It would perhaps be worth getting in touch - they may ship a solution to you or know of someone with a similar product on your side of the puddle. Try http://www.jzmachtech.com and http://www.parr-uk.co.uk for more info/contacts (no personal experience as I am still on the original stock parts, but both come very highly recommended by people in the PCGB).

Colin

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