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I recently upgraded my brakes and am putting my stock components up for sale. These bolt right up to all model years of Stealth and 3000GT twin-turbo cars. They also bolt up to all model years of Stealth and 3000GT non-turbo cars when installed with 2GTT Front Brake Conversion Brackets. Note that these are large brakes and wheel clearance may be an issue (all 2nd-gen stock wheels 17" and larger will fit).

I do not intend to split these packages. Everything works but I can't offer a warranty and must sell as-is. Buyer is responsible for USPS shipping costs from zip code 09468 or within Europe from the UK. I can ship MPS to those with military APO/FPO addresses.

2nd gen front calipers (seals are marginal)
braided stainless steel lines
SpeedBleeders
set of Porterfield R4-S pads (barely used - 13mm left)
set of Carbotech Panther Plus track pads (used for one event only - 12mm left)
stock front rotors (29mm)
Porterfield cryoed front rotors (29mm, but should be turned before use)
$350 ***SOLD***

set of brand new in box Porterfield R4-S AP531 pads for front calipers(worth $119.00!)
$100 ***SOLD***

2nd gen right rear caliper
2nd gen left rear caliper (DAMAGED due to sheared brake line)
braided stainless steel lines
SpeedBleeders
stock rear rotors (20mm)
Porterfield cryoed rear rotors (20mm, but should be turned before use)
$150




Here are two pictures showing how the brakes looked when the calipers were professionally painted ($500!) and the Porterfield rotors were brand new:

<img src="http://www.team3s.com/~matthews/images/STEALTH/brakes.jpg"> <img src="http://www.team3s.com/~matthews/images/STEALTH/caliper.jpg">
 

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What would be needed to fix the rear caliper? Can it bolt up as is, or what? Very interested.
 

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UTRacerX9 said:
What would be needed to fix the rear caliper? Can it bolt up as is, or what? Very interested.
The braided stainless steel line sheared off in that left caliper, and I made a mess of things trying to drill it out. It may be possible to clean it up and rethread it, but I'm (obviously!) not a machinist, which is why I'm throwing it in for free. If it turns out that it can't be fixed, then I bet a replacement could be sourced from a part-out and this one could be used for parts.
 

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bjmsam said:
The braided stainless steel line sheared off in that left caliper, and I made a mess of things trying to drill it out. It may be possible to clean it up and rethread it, but I'm (obviously!) not a machinist, which is why I'm throwing it in for free. If it turns out that it can't be fixed, then I bet a replacement could be sourced from a part-out and this one could be used for parts.
Hey Jim,

those brackets worth it? I mean do they work? Seems like a simple mod for the guy who wants bigger calipers up front rather the whole spindle swap thing....

what do ya think?

I may want your brakes......but I dont need the lines...we will see how the frenzie goes

bob
 

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***The set of brand new Porterfield pads is now SOLD.


ek2mfg said:
those brackets worth it? I mean do they work? Seems like a simple mod for the guy who wants bigger calipers up front rather the whole spindle swap thing....
Hi Bob, I don't know anything more than what is stated on ElectronicAuto's web site, but that is what I was thinking, too!
 

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I just shot him an email about the brackets...asked if wanted them moade out of steel by me for his company...I think that would be better out of steel.

Keep me posted on the calipers...I am looking for a pair.

bob
 

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Keep me posted on the calipers...I am looking for a pair.
Someone has expressed interest in the front rotors only, so perhaps a split wouldn't be too painful.
 

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***The set of brand new Porterfield pads is now SOLD.

***The front brakes are now SOLD.

Here's all that's left:

2nd gen right rear caliper
2nd gen left rear caliper (DAMAGED due to sheared brake line)
braided stainless steel lines
SpeedBleeders
stock rear rotors (20mm)
Porterfield cryoed rear rotors (20mm, but should be turned before use)
$150
 
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