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Has anyone did an upgrade on the stock brakes to a bigger brake like a Brembo or such? I would like to go yellow calipers drilled disc. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I have 20" wheels on the car now
 

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He did a heckuva job.
 

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Yes he did. I printed it all out today all 4 steps and I'm gonna study it and takes notes and start getting my pcs to start mine
 

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Some of these parts are the same as what's on the car now. Is it necessary to buy all of this to do the job ?
 

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Kinda hard to answer that question if you don't tell us which parts you think are already on the car. Logically, though, if the part on the parts list is the same as what's already on the car, then no, you don't need to order a new one.
 

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sorry for the thread topic hijack, i dont think this question needs its own thread.

will a rotor from a 2005-2007 sts fit a performance wagon? i've searched for the specs but i cant seem to find them
 

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Some of these parts are the same as what's on the car now. Is it necessary to buy all of this to do the job ?
There shouldn't be any parts that are already on the non-V, however, you don't need to go by exactly what is on the parts list as he used all oem parts. You can swap some parts out with aftermarket parts like rotors and pads. This is what I did to keep cost down.
 
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