yeah you could be right, I didnt want to think about it too much at the time :lol:
Dear Weiler :lol:Guys! Remember! I'm in Brazil!
These parts are heavy weight, so the freight become too expensive. That's why I'm asking for ideas......
If i had 330mm discs i wouldn't have a problem you saw at the pictures above. With my actual Coupé's 20VT 308mm discs, the holes of both calliper and hub are too close, so it's impossible to have and adapter there.Its all about having enough room for the adapter really..
I wouldn't do that. Had same problem so binned the calipers (which especially sucked as I had bought them for "big" money as brembo GT kit Should've done a little resarch and maybe waited till I had bought my 156 first ) BUT my point is that you wanna weld in such critical place. Welds are always going to be weaker and do you really dare to take your chances with the brakes? :wow: As I said I wouldn'tThe solution i've found was buying two MT's used hubs with ABS sensors (to preserve my car's original parts), cut the lugs and weld a new 11mm steel plate (where the adapter should be) to let me position and bolt the calliper safetly.
This is not done yet. The 11m plates are ready, used hubs also already bought. Now i need time and patience to cut the lugs off and weld the plates with precision.
Is this a track car?Which I cant afford, hence trying to see if there was another way. Funny isnt it