Brembo GT Big Brake Kits and Proper Fit

Tuesday, July 6, 2010 by Logan Woodworth

Brembo GT 294mm Big Brake Kit When considering a Big Brake Kit from Brembo or any another brand, it is important to be aware of all potential fitment issues.

Other than bolting on to the car properly, be sure that your wheels will provide enough clearance for both the larger rotor and caliper (see illustration below right). 

Wheel fitment is critical and often forgotten when upgrading brakes. Considerations for proper fit include: wheel diameter, offset or backspacing, and spoke design.

When shopping for brakes by vehicle, you can be sure to get the proper fit if you are using O.E. (factory) wheels. If you are using custom wheels, be sure to contact one of our sales specialists for fitment recommendations.

Comments on Brembo GT Big Brake Kits and Proper Fit

Monday, November 8, 2010 by henry:
I have a carrera 996 C4S (2003) with stock 18" turbo wheels. What brembo brake kit will fit the front without having to change the wheels or add spacers? Henry
Thursday, January 31, 2013 by Jim Reddick:
I have a 2012 Fiat Abarth. I am looking for availabilty & Price of Brembo GT Drilled barake kit... 285x28 1-piece rotor
Friday, February 1, 2013 by ben@tirerack:
Jim, we do have a GT kit for the Abarth with 4 piston calipers and 285x28mm rotors. The rotors are 2pc, not 1pc though. If you are interested, email ben@tirerack.com

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