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I'm planning on using my 15" stock steel wheels in the winter. So I need some upgrade to fit with the rim on. If I kept the same rotor size, is there any duel piston calibers that would fit?


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maybe if you keep the stock brakets But I am not sure if they will bolt on to them, I believe the 02 xg350 set up fits the GT alloy wheels it will not fit the steelies, best 15" rim upgrade for this cars are the Lancer O.Z wheels.

Are there any options that will fit the steel wheels?


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Ok so i really want to do this brake upgrade> http://www.elantraxd.com/forums/showthread.php?48826-Evo-DSM-Big-Brake-Upgrade-How-To

I went to O'rilly auto parts and asked them if they had the Mitsubishi eclipse GSX AWD Turbo front calipers. (few thats a mouth full) So they do and they quoted me $167 for the pair of calipers. (I didnt buy them just yet) Now i asked them if they could get evo rotors and they couldn't which is what i suspected. They said to check some of the big brake companies online to see if i could get them. He also said i could have them ordered at the dealer. I asked "how much would that be?" He said "you dont want to know." Well if you know me i want to know. Ill have to find a time to go over to Mitsubishi and see how much it is. I dont know what a good price is for them though. I feel like $200 for a pair of front rotors is the max i would pay. Whats a good price for evo front rotors? How much should a front brake upgrade cost? I was thinking this upgrade was going to be over $500 but i might be wrong. I also need stainless steel brake lines but those can wait till i know how much this whole thing would cost.

Let me know if you have any answers too those questions!

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I just call the Mitsubishi dealer and they can't order them. Can't think of any other ideas. If the dealer can't then I'm not sure who can. Might have to think of a new plan. I really wanted 2 or even 4 piston caliper. I really don't want to get new rims just to accommodate bigger brakes.

Does anyone on here have any other ideas? My dad thinks he can find some so well will see if he does lol.


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1995 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo II, 4x114.3, Center Hub Bore 67.1 Let me know. Other wise my dad might have found something. I think the evo rotors and eclipse calipers will be cheaper though.
 

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They place I know isn't open until Tuesday so I can call them then. I'll let you know.
Did you ever find out anything?


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