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boldy205

Hi.

Can anyone recommend somewhere that makes custom disks?

I need some 285mm disks with a bit more offset to help clear the Brembo calipers  in trying to fit.

I was thinking 2 piece disks, my fist call was rally design, but they don't offer anything under 300mm dia.

 

Cheers

Matt

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boldy205

Thanks for the link! I'll take a look.

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AlexRS2782

I can recommend both of the above - Reyland supplied me with custom 2 piece rear discs on my Mk1 Focus RS and know of a number of people happy with Godspeed using their discs on various builds from including Mini & Ford.

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boldy205
9 hours ago, welshpug said:

Ben at godspeed can help too, he has a drawing for a 2 piece to suit the brembo caliper.

 

https://www.godspeedbrakes.co.uk/

I do see Godspeed have a 170mm kit with AP? Calipers that actually fit under the standard wheels. This, I have been thinking about for a while.

I'll see if I can speak to Ben, see what the crack is.

 

Much appreciated!!

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Porter87

I have the Ap's that fit under the 15 inch standard 1.9 wheels. these brakes are immense, pedal feel is great too. I would recommend these any day of the week 

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boldy205

Ohhh they do look nice!!!

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boldy205

Thanks for all the help, seems Porters idea above has won the vote.

Seems like the proper way to go about it.

Ben from Godspeed sorted me out a set with CL6 pads.

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welshpug

Very nice setup those, will fit under many 14" wheel, the 206 alcon 295mm will go under a 15".

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