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I was thinking that since the new Celicas (00-01) have the same bolt pattern as the Gen 2 Camrys that maybe a big brake kit for the Celica could be used on a Gen 2. Am I way off on this? Let me know.

Here is a site with a brake kit for the Celica
http://www.modacar.com/products/Toyota/Celica/MODABBK/

Matt
 

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Brakes from the 90-93 Celica All-Trac work. I believe they do have a big brake kit for that car. Go to the www.alltrac.net forum and ask then since their regular site with the info is down.
 

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ummm...cause it is a work in progress and its not only a car to me. my work is far from over.
 

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You know what sucks abotu that kit? Means I need to spend even more money and find me some 17 inch Winter wheels and tires. :(
 

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couldn't you just get some 4 piston calipers and use the stock rotors? there's gotta be something that will fit. If you do a rear disk conversion adn use the stock alltrac fronts shouldn't that be enough?
 

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powderblue91 said:
couldn't you just get some 4 piston calipers and use the stock rotors? there's gotta be something that will fit. If you do a rear disk conversion adn use the stock alltrac fronts shouldn't that be enough?
Enough for what? Depends on what you are lookig for man. If you want the best, you can't beat the Wilwood package above. I personally am not looking for enough, I am looking for the best. :thumbup:
 

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powderblue91 said:
couldn't you just get some 4 piston calipers and use the stock rotors? there's gotta be something that will fit.
ST205 Celica All Trac / GT4 comes with fixed 4 piston calipers and 12.4" rotors. The rear has 2 piston floating caliper and 12.4" rotors.


GT4 brake conversion on a MR2:

http://www.mr2mk1club.com/Bigbrakes.html
 
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