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    Smile Brakes! Carbotech, Goodridge, TWRR, PDE, Speed Bleeder, Hawk

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    Anyone have any exp. with the twr brakeing systems? It seems like a damn fine price.

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    The feedback that we've gotten so far has been very positive. BTW, the price will be going up when I get around to changing it...

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    TWR 294MM Front Rotors

    Hi Dave,
    Do you know if TWR Racing 294mm Two Piece Rotors (only fits under Subaru 4 pot calipers) - '02-'04 WRX can these also fit the Perrin/Wilwood 4 pot calipers? It seems like they are the same size, but I could be wrong. Would you be able to find out?

    Thanks.

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    I honestly am not sure if the TWRR two piece rotors will ift under the Wilwood calipers. A local guy has the Wilwoods and is interested in TWRR rotors so hopefully we can try them out and get it confirmed one way or another. I'll post here as soon as I get any more info.

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    for the 03 wrx, do you have the newer style brake pads?

    there are two types and I have found that everyone only carrys the old style 03 brake pads

    http://www.jscspeed.com/wrx/brakes/brakepads.htm

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    I have yet to see an '03 that uses the same pads as the '02's. If you check out the original post above you will see that we have pads listed for the 2002 WRX and the 2003-2004 WRX seperately because they are indeed different pads. I hope this answers your question. If not, please feel free to ask again.

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    Originally posted by OakosAutomotive
    I have yet to see an '03 that uses the same pads as the '02's. If you check out the original post above you will see that we have pads listed for the 2002 WRX and the 2003-2004 WRX seperately because they are indeed different pads. I hope this answers your question. If not, please feel free to ask again.

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    do you have a D# for the shoes?

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    I have never heard of a "D#" before. Is that similar to a FMSI number?

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    Originally posted by OakosAutomotive
    I have never heard of a "D#" before. Is that similar to a FMSI number?

    -Dave
    the shoes should have a D# on the box somwhere

    like D929

    or somthing

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    Originally posted by digitalexpl0it
    the shoes should have a D# on the box somwhere

    like D929

    or somthing
    That's the FMSI number.

    I have an '03 and actually use the '02 pad size! It exists!! lol
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    The CT929 pads are the appropriate pads for the '03 unless you have the '02 calipers like MidKnight.

    http://www.oakos.com/Merchant2/merch...t_Code=CT929BC

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    We got a big shipment of Carbotech yesterday. All the pads are now in stock and the front rotors are now back in stock as well.

    -Dave

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    The Carbotech front rotors are already all gone. We just got a ton more of the Goodridge brake hoses so we shouldn't have any more shortages of them.

    -Dave

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    I got an error when trying to order the carbotech panther fronts...

    I will try and go through ur website and see if i can order from there.

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