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Old 03-26-2012, 02:21 PM
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FS: Brand New 6 pistons Porsche calipers for 996 and 997 TT/GT2/GT3

Category: Brakes
Price: $0
Private or Vendor Listing: Private Listing
Part fits: Porsche 911 997 Turbo, Porsche 911 997 Non-Turbo, Porsche 911 996 Turbo, Porsche 911 996 Non-Turbo
Location (State): International
Item Condition: Brand New
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Cleaning the garage and changing my project, I have for sale a front set of Porsche 997 GT3 Cup calipers 6 pots 380mm (brand new, never install, never used, pristine)

Manufacturer Part Number:
997.351.432.90 and 997.351.431.90
They come from the Porsche Carrera Cup Department (Porsche racing parts) but can be, obviously, used on street cars

These are for 380mm brake disk.
It can be installed on a wide variety of 996 and 997, TT - GT2 - GT3.....
All you need is a front wheel hub carrier with 225mm mount spacing,
If you don't have the good wheels carriers, you can mount on several 911 with adapter bracket (997 351 505 02 x2 ) + 4 bolts M12x1.5 (999 073 313 09).
Check this link for more informations: 996 Turbo Brake Information - DIY and Sorting truth from Fiction!


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Probably a very very good opportunity with this PCCB
FS: PCCB Rotors 2008 997 GT2

Will fit perfectly on a 996TT or 997TT MK1
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I have these calipers in my 996TT. They fit and brake perfect...
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If they fit on a 996tt i'll take them... however I think the 996awd front upright is different...

vshugo996 - did you use an adapter?
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You have to use the adapters.
Distance between fixing point on these calipers is 255mm and the fixing point on 996TT wheel hub carrier is 143mm
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If they fit on a 996tt i'll take them... however I think the 996awd front upright is different...

vshugo996 - did you use an adapter?
Mine come from a 997TT and donīt need any adapter (autofit).

I think the GT3 are different.
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Sorry I'm going to pass on these.... France and Adapter brackets scare me.
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Sorry I'm going to pass on these.... France and Adapter brackets scare me.
I don't know why you are scared about France.
Already buy and sell a lot on 6speed.
With paypal you don't have to be scared!

Now, about the brake calipers adapters, all the 997TT (MKI or II) used those with 380mm brake disk

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Commercial part number of these calipers you can find on the PET for the GT3
997.351.431.94 /L
997.351.432.94 /R

Fits on 997GT3/RS from 2010 > ....
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trying to confirm that they are the same as 997-1 GT3RS (steel/iron stock rotors) and when I do, then I'll start beating you up on price :-)
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