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      06-21-2013, 01:08 AM   #45
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      06-21-2013, 09:17 AM   #46
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Here are some pics of a complete custom bracket kit which make the 18" BBS FI also clear US 380mm Brembo including 380mm GTR in the rear
The rusty bolts are OEM Brembo, the low profile bolts are custom ones.
Also you may notice that the custom brackets save additional 1.5mm, so we end up about 4mm savings vs OEM Brembo.


















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I have a couple of wheels to add to the list:

Stoptech 380mm
Advan TC3 (18 x 9.5 et22)
BBS E88 (width and offset don't matter as long as BBS 0288327 Center is used)
BBS E05

Brembo 380mm
Advan TC3 (18 x 9.5 et22)
XXBBS E88 (width and offset don't matter as long as BBS 0288327 Center is used)XX Edit: E88 18" version does not fit Brembo 380mm
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      04-01-2014, 05:49 PM   #48
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Just to make sure, NO ONE has been able to fit a 18x10 380 mm brembo on the front EVER? I am about to buy a 380mm ceika kit and give it a try... I hope it works with a 5mm-10mm spacer...

PLEASE advise!
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      11-04-2014, 12:31 PM   #49
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I think you're wrong again,,,
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Stoptech Trophy 380/355 fits with my OEM ZCP wheels with 15/12mm spacers, 19" RAC RG63 Monolites (et 22 front and rear I believe) with no spacers, and 19" BBS CH-R 9.5 et35 with 12mm spacer front and 10.5 et25 with no spacer rear. Unsure if any listed applications that use spacers would be ok without spacers, but from the looks of it I think the only one that MIGHT be an issue would be the BBS, but if it was an issue you would only need a few mm spacer to correct it up front.
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I believe its all about 18 inch wheels..
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