he said he has 3 more pair in red and 2 pair in silver. i should get mine by monday or tuesday, if everything goes well ill see if i can hook it up with the remaining calipers. the install should be almost as simple as the 13" cobra swap. it uses the same rotors and will bolt right up to the +93 spindles. im pretty sure its going to require a set of custom braided lines, but a good quality braided line shouldnt be overlooked when your installing 4 piston brembo calipers. the rotors come with brembo brand pads, witch is nice becouse the pads for these calipers is easily over $100, possibly more.
nope, the cobra r caliper has a unique setup, instead of a banjo bolt through a block it is more like how the rubber hose end attaches to the hard line on the car. i could be wrong, but from pictures ive seen this is what it looks like. check out the hub swap article in the tech section of tccoa, in that article he is doing the hub swap and cobra r caliper install, you can see the brake line in one of his pics.
when i get all the goods in ill put em on and write up alittle compairo between the 13" cobra and 13" cobra R brakes including fit and finish, performance and ill post some pics so you guys can judge the looks.
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