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i think its a celica or corolla conversion, maybe even from a mr2. i'll look up some info for you later on :D

the one above is either a kit or custom fabbed since its all drilled and slotted wilwood stuff though :confused:
 

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your totally off =P no celica no corolla conversion. this kit is a 4 piston kit i had on my car when i was showing it. It's a kit made by wilwood but its not for public sale as of yet. its more for sema cars n etc =P
 

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quadoptix said:
your totally off =P no celica no corolla conversion. this kit is a 4 piston kit i had on my car when i was showing it. It's a kit made by wilwood but its not for public sale as of yet. its more for sema cars n etc =P
Damn! You tease. :mad: :eek: :D
 

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excitebox said:
surfcitylocal check this out:

http://highonscion.com/chassisProducts.htm

on the pulldown menu, its #3. $988.31 for a complete kit shipped.

also, in japan theres a sport I~S~T (xA) that has rear discs apparently, and i think the prius has 4 wheel discs that will work too.
That is sweet. I bet there are cheaper units out there but this one has everything in it and the e brake will still work. All I need now is a thousand bucks and I'm golden! Thanks for the link.
 

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there are several versions of rear discs.

Wilwood has there kit, which is in terminal "prototype" stage. There are a few kits from overseas

You can OEM swap some parts from some older model Toy's - but itdoes require good fabbing skills as you must make mounting plates and etc. nothing that's a DIRECT SWAP in the Toyota line up.

--- i'd provide more "where/who" details, but I'm at work with a million customers and no time... sorry.
 
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