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This is a discussion on CA FS: STI brembo, Project Mu pad, Carbotech rotor within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; I have a set of front Brembo kit painted in RED, but painted chipped. I bought a full set of ...

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    CA FS: STI brembo, Project Mu pad, Carbotech rotor

    I have a set of front Brembo kit painted in RED, but painted chipped. I bought a full set of rebuild seal kit for it and thinking of powdercoating them for perfection. Not doing that anymore, so now it is up for sale here, here is what you get:

    05 STI front brembo caliper, better than 04 according to our brake FAQ thread(painted RED, but paint chipped, need to repaint or powdercoat, your call)
    Brand new speed bleeder for the brembo
    Brand new rebuild seal kit to rebuild both calipers
    All the hardware, screws, bolts, nuts, shims, even Brembo brake grease(used).

    All I want is $550 shipped, new seal kit cost me $200, speed bleeder $35, so basicly the brembo kit is only $315. Won't part out, sold as complete.

    New Project Mu rear brake pad D770 for MY02/03 WRX $90
    New Carbotech slotted rear rotors for MY02-05 WRX $150

    Get everything for $700+shipping(basicly free PMU rear pad)

    Pics are here I-club, sorry too lazy to upload it here.
    FS SF: Front Brembo kit for 02-07 WRX - i-Club
    Last edited by orwrx; 02-03-2010 at 12:43 PM.

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    Reasonable offer accept, pm me if you can't see pics.

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    bump!!

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    pita just to see pics of something I might want to buy...

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    Here you go:
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    While looking through the pictures, I noticed that you got some paint all over the pistons. You even painted the hardware. I just talked to my friend and he just had his brembos powdercoated and reworked, it cost him hundreds of dollars. One thing I will say is that those rotors look great! Let me ask him the exact amount and then I will make an offer(I am going to have to get all new hardware)>

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    just saw you already have the rebuild kit... thats awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RallyWishes View Post
    just saw you already have the rebuild kit... thats awesome.
    If you look at the pics again, you will notice that I actually taped
    the piston and the rubber seal. Those are just masking tape got painted. I didn't paint the hardware at all, all the hardware has been removed before painting it. That's why you see they are all on the side, not on the caliper, even the old bleeders were remove, then capped carefully, so no paint can get inside. Min discard thickness is 28mm on STI rotors. I'm a mechanic myself, just not a good painter, haha. I take really good care of my parts . Honestly the only thing you will need is a set of new pad if you don't want to use my CC-X pad, but it actually still has really good life on them. If you want to have it powdercoat, I will suggest liquidpowdercoat.com. They can even powdercoat the brembo lettering on it after they do the whole caliper, so NO decal needed. Yes, including the seal kit and new speed bleeder already, so it is a really good deal. LMK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RallyWishes View Post
    just saw you already have the rebuild kit... thats awesome.
    Still interested?

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    bump!!

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    bump, bump, bump!!

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    brembo brembo brembo, buy me.

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    bump!!

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    offer?

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