Brake Caliper ID

Discussion in 'Suspension and Brakes' started by SWFLGT, Feb 20, 2014.

  1. SWFLGT

    SWFLGT New Member

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    Last year I was given a pair of calipers and other misc. parts. I do not recall what they are originally from but they were on his sn95. Can anyone give me an idea what they come from and what I would need to get them on my 98?

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    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member SN95 Supporter

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    Those are Bullitt calipers, I have them on my car. Part of a 13" front brake kit.
     
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    DropTopPony Administrator Staff Member SN95 Supporter

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    I would say those are 99-04 PBR GT calipers.

    You can put them on your 98 with those brackets. I think you may need brake lines and pads (ask for 99-04 GT at the part store), other than that they will work with your existing rotors.
     
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    RichV Well-Known Member

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    Not the same. Bullits are Cobra calipers, 13"
     
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    What rich said. The bullits and cobras don't use the slide pin to hold in place
     
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    This ^


    Not Bullitt/Cobra/Mach calipers.
     
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    oh shit sorry, I just saw the pony oooops :(
     
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    Great, thanks for the info. So that's nice these will bolt right up. It's a shame the paint is all nasty they look nice with the pony I think. I need to clean them up and make sure they are all good and then get the rest of the parts to finish it off.

    I've got some cross drilled and slotted rotors too he gave me, they look fairly decent so I might throw them on as well, hopefully they aren't warped.