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#169: 06-21-2013, 12:41 PM
 
 magnetic1
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Originally Posted by slvrlegacygt View Post
Trying to do some research since I was in the market for a brembo kit. Doing a wilwood setup seems cost effective. I have a few questions I hope you guys can help me with. Are there any differences between the calipers with part numbers that vary by 1 number at the end for example 120-11132 and 120-11133 I also noticed some have SI at the end of the part number. The brackets are definitely needed for the front rotors? Does anyone know what kind of brake lines the brackets come with? Idk if i was reading this correct but the same calipers used on the fronts can be used for the rears?
The older calipers were side specific but Wilwood now just puts a bleeder screw on both ends so the calipers are interchangeable from side to side.

Lines are SS lines that we have custom made.

Brackets are required, as is the hardware (spacers, etc).

We dont have brackets that make these work for the rear. There is a Wilwood kit for rear WRX that should fit but we are currently testing line fitment on those.
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