Re: Brembo Brackets
Alright, fair enough. But as you read on the other forum, your type of question tends to end with a slagging match, and i think every possible detail is already covered in past threads.
Plenty of people want a pair of brackets for those calipers, but only one actually had them made, and he likes to dangle them in front of people without offering any real help, and then things go bad from there.
If you want a piece of advice from someone who have all sorts of Brembos on 156's, then either get the parts i mentioned earlier, or sell the calipers and parts you have now, and buy a new kit from Red Dot or similar.
Even if the brackets get fabricated, you will need bigger(and much more expensive) disks then the widely availlable 305mm. The design of TS uprights and "original" 305mm calipers will not allow for a 305mm disk set up, but rather 320-330mm, and then you need min 17" wheels, plus spacers etc..
In the end the cheapest solution will be a out-of-the-box kit or the uprights.
Last edited by Peter K; 15-07-06 at 19:02.