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Kartboy V2 Big Brake Adapters 2 Pot Rear



  • Q: '09 Legacy 2.5i fitment  Seattle3 years ago

    I currently have non-vented rotor, single pot rear (or whatever stock 2.5i has) I would like to upgrade to a vented rotor, 2 pot setup. will this work with my hubs? and will I need STi rotors that require the 5x114 hubs?
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      A:  Use 06-07 wrx rotors

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  • Q: Fitment concern  NuVision4 years ago

    I'm swapping the front and rear brake calipers with the 4/2 pots on my 2004 Forester XT. The front rotor is perfectly in the middle of the caliper. On the rear, the rotor is closer the inner edge of the caliper, almost scraping the inside. This does not seem normal. I don't know if I installed the bracket incorrectly, but it seems to only go on one way.
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      A:  can you send us a picture of the bracket installed? It does look like it's installed incorrectly from what I can see. Thanks

      Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
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  • Q: Is the 04-07 sti DBA 4000 rotor the right one for the ebrake shoe to fit on a 02wrx  frank.4 years ago

    I saw that some say you need only 08+ sti rotors for the brackets. And some say you need a conversion DBA 4000 rotor for the r160 ebrake but haven't found the part number. Is the 04-07 Part # 4655S-10-GRP the right rotor for the r160 ebrake? Thanks in advance
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      A:  If you have a 2002 WRX and are looking to put the STI rear caliper on, the part number needed would be DBA42657. This will keep the 170mm e-brake shoe in the back. The DBA4655 rotor will have the 190mm e-brake shoe.

      Johnny M. @ RallySport Direct 4 years ago  
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  • Q: Re: Brembo Brake Upgrade  subiedoospares20184 years ago

    Hi there, will these brake adapters fit a 2004 3.0 Subaru legacy? If so, would you need to run V7 sti gold callipers? Also, would you need to upgrade the rotors? If so, would you sell these adapters and rotors (if needed) as a package deal? Cheers
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      A:  I would imagine these would work just fine as I think they use the same caliper bracket between the models, however we would not be able to confirm fitment of course as KArtboy does not confirm fitment for that particular car. Now with that said, this kit will allow you to run either the OEM red 2-pot rear brakes or the OEM gold rear brembos, in which the Rear V7 STI gold's should work just fine. If you go with the rear brembo's. For the brake rotors, I assume you would want the DBA linked below, as I'm assuming your car will have the 170mm rear parking brake assembly. Thanks!

      Rick C. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago  
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  • Q: wrx 2 pot rear  brandonWRX4 years ago

    if i have 2 pot rears off a 06 wrx would i just use rotors from a 06/07 wrx?
    • 1 of 1 people found the following answer helpful

      A:  You can use those rotors.

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  • Q: rear big brake kit  GD W4G0N4 years ago

    What size rotor do i have to run with the kartboy adapter for the 2 pot rear caliper
  • Q: Caliper shims  fox09475 years ago

    The stock rear 2 pots have a shim where it bolts to the backing plate. So I need to use the shim with this kit?
  • Q: Brembo Swap Bracket  wannabbunta5 years ago

    Is it the only part required to swap the calipers? No backing plate? How does the handbrake works?
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      A:  This kit is just made to adapt the calipers all other parts you will need to source your self.

      Luis L. @ RallySport Direct 5 years ago  
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  • Q: 2000 rs fit  fresh 6 years ago

    Will this allow me to put brembos on my 2000 impreza rs?