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schimg

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Hi there,

I am buidling a tuscan challenge car and will need some brakes...

I managed to crack the bleed nipple housing on my Cerbera 6-bolt caliper a couple of years back....I to replaced both sides with the same type of caliper...

I really like the six bolt style of these, and I think they will clear the OZ split rims that will fit...

As I still have one decent caliper left it would be great to get another...even a damaged one might be salvageable as your can split them...I still have the damaged caliper so could split it using the best parts..

This is the version of brake I am looking for....only require one.


I only neeed one...possibly even a tired one with a good half so that I can refurb it....





Thanks in advance...got a bit of a mountain to climb with this!

Edited by schimg on Wednesday 10th October 12:31


Edited by schimg on Wednesday 10th October 13:01

schimg

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 quote quote all
Bump!

ridds

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Can't help with the caliper but you'll want to clean that paint off your disc and any other mounting surface that will get hot and or rely on friction to hold it still.

It will play havoc with your geo, caliper clearance, etc etc.

Brummmie

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 quote quote all
I have a pair, with a couple of sets of diff compound CL Brake pads included, RC5 and RC6E. Freshley Re-sealed and cleaned.
They are the 6 bolt (larger version), they are available after Dec 1st, doing Silverstone with them.
Some Alcon 6 pots have popped up and i could not resist the extra bling!!
You can have a ride in the car on the day to show how well they work! smile

schimg

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Brummmie said:
I have a pair, with a couple of sets of diff compound CL Brake pads included, RC5 and RC6E. Freshley Re-sealed and cleaned.
They are the 6 bolt (larger version), they are available after Dec 1st, doing Silverstone with them.
Some Alcon 6 pots have popped up and i could not resist the extra bling!!
You can have a ride in the car on the day to show how well they work! smile
Hi Mate...nit been in your cerb yet...went in anthonys LS and Pauls LS Sag....that was like someone had taken your spleen and was trying to push it through your backbone!

We can talk when you want to move them on...what happened to your seats?

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schimg

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ridds said:
Can't help with the caliper but you'll want to clean that paint off your disc and any other mounting surface that will get hot and or rely on friction to hold it still.

It will play havoc with your geo, caliper clearance, etc etc.
Appreciate the input...these images are for reference really...they were taken when I refurbed the chassis a couple years and 4K miles ago....geo has been set-up with no issue..and the car stops nicely..so hopefully I didn't do any harm..as I say thanks for the concern though...obviously was lucky this time!

Still need me caliper though!

Ant.

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Friday 2nd November 2012 quote quote all
Pretty sure that model is the CP5200, if that helps....

a1rak

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Saturday 3rd November 2012 quote quote all
schimg said:
Appreciate the input...these images are for reference really...they were taken when I refurbed the chassis a couple years and 4K miles ago....geo has been set-up with no issue..and the car stops nicely..so hopefully I didn't do any harm..as I say thanks for the concern though...obviously was lucky this time!

Still need me caliper though!
Upsetting the geo is the least of your problems if you have paint on the mating surfaces. The paint softens when it gets hot ( high temp paint included) which causes the wheel nuts to become loose and you will loose a wheel very quickly. This is from personal experience on my track car. Definately take the paint off the disc and the wheel mating surfaces if you havent already done it. it may save your life.!!!

schimg

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Ant. said:
Pretty sure that model is the CP5200, if that helps....
Thanks for the response...will me in my search ..

Goldenb19

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Hi fella I know this is an old thread but if you looking for some of these still I have a good set here waiting for a new home smile
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