Mark just copied this from the epistles
10.8 What discs fit Princess 4 pot callipers on a 350i?
Granada 2.8 '72-'84. You might also need a calliper widening kit. See here :www.bress.freeserve.co.uk/wedge/maint_brakes_upgra...
I wrote the article in the wedge pages but it was a while ago. The solid disc or vented disc is the first
question to answer. If going for the vented then you need the widening kit. Your parts supplier will be able to
tell you whether you are getting the vented or non vented disc. Good luck, I still think its one of the better
enhancements I did to my 350. mike350
10.9 Where do the solid discs on my 350i come from?
I believe came from a 2.8 Mk2 Granada that are fitted to my 350i? taffo
Go to the top of the wedge pages home page, click on maintenance then parts you'll find a lot of spares
numbers there. Front discs are Unipart FDB167. dickymint
page - 49
Also reported as Unipart GBD109 (but might be for earlier models). streaky
Alternatively go to Ford / parts factor and ask for a 2.3 1984 Mk2 Granada disc? Alternatively take to
opportunity to fit 2.8 Granny parts - vented discs and bigger pads with bigger callipers, a vast improvement
on mine. 350matt I haven't got any part numbers but you'll need the wider callipers and vented discs from the
2.8, estate or injection model again 1984 MkII Granada. They do just bolt straight on to your existing hubs
and uprights but will have to modify the back plate to clear the calliper ( 5 minutes work with tin-snips, files
etc) The piston in the calliper is the same size as the 2.3 calliper but the pad is larger so the increased area
provides more friction ( same principle as tyres where the pad 'bonds' to the disc) but the as the piston is the
same size you won't upset the hydraulic balance. basically an easy and effective upgrade and what was
fitted to some 400's 350matt