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I couldn't find pictures of a completed ctsv brake swap on a r32 before I did mine.  I used the 4 piston calipers with evo 8 rotors.

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Very nice . In case people don't realise these are the same as the brembo brakes fitted to VF commodores.

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57 minutes ago, Ben C34 said:

Very nice . In case people don't realise these are the same as the brembo brakes fitted to VF commodores.

I did not, though have heard great things about CTSV kits in general and had thought about converting to them one day, as the pad size in these things is massive, way, way, way, way bigger than the D2/Ksport/Attakd 356mm kit I currently have.


Alpha Omega did a kit for the S15 but don't do it anymore..

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The adapter I used was from Street Faction for the Z32.  Total cost was under $500 us

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This looks great! Well done. 

How do they feel?

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4 hours ago, Ben C34 said:

Very nice . In case people don't realise these are the same as the brembo brakes fitted to VF commodores.

Good info!

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I went with the Centric Posi-quite ceramic pads. Feels like they were made for it.  Not grabby at all but scrubs off speed quickly 

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1 hour ago, PranK said:

Good info!

Actually I will add to the good info now that I think of it.

commodores had different tapped holes in the caliper depending on the year. Can't remember what size or when it changed.....

not a dealbreaker but something to keep in mind with brake swaps

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