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I'm pretty sure the AWD calipers will bolt on. You would also need the AWD caliper brackets too. Hopefully a 420a guys cam chime in to verify this.ThePerfectShift said:So would the gsx calipers give me any more stopping power? are they dual pistons? If they bolt right on I think that would be my choice, I'm still in school working at $6.50 an hour big brakes will have to wait i am pretty interestd in some better pads though, would i stop quicker with the GSX calipers and upgraded pads? which pads would u suggest for street use? I dont take my car to the track yet.
I'm pretty sure this wont work if your rolling anything smaller than 17" wheels.Street Surgeon said:As it was mentioned before the dual calipers should bolt right on, in most cases you can snag a set from a bone-yard or "u pull it" for about 80 bucks for both of them, then buy a decent set of sport pads, flush your break fluid and replace with some good stuff. If you wanna get crazy pick up some ss lines as well and though it may have the same piston area, the car will definitely stop MUCH better
I had the dual piston calipers when I still had the stock 16" wheels. 1G AWD's had 16" wheels stock also. I believe GVR4's came with the dual piston calipers and 15" wheels.kyle said:I'm pretty sure this wont work if your rolling anything smaller than 17" wheels.