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#1 Tobz

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Posted 27 November 2017 - 04:33 PM

Hey All,

 

I have a had a search and couldnt find anything but i need help finding brake pads for my 1995 Celica SX

 

We are preparing the car for the 24 hours of lemons and finding brake pads has been difficult. Anyway my question is are the pads and rotors for the Celica the same between the ST202/203 and 204?

 

Thanks in advance for your help guys!!!

Toby



#2 ChocSoldier

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Posted 28 November 2017 - 08:28 AM

Not sure if they're the same as the 202/203, but I know the 184 had the same rears are Camry's of the era (probably the same for the front). The 204 may be similar.

Try Brakes Direct, if you call or email them they'll be able to help, got my 184 brakes off them before.


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Posted 02 December 2017 - 07:45 AM

Hey All,


We are preparing the car for the 24 hours of lemons and finding brake pads has been difficult.

 

 

Dude more info plz !

lemon racing is heaps of fun



Also, thanks heaps for all the replies. I'm fast learning that this may be the friendliest forum on the internet.

 
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#4 Tobz

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Posted 19 December 2017 - 02:59 PM

Not a lot to tell yet!  race isn't till April, so its all prep work now.

 

We managed to confirm that Project Mu have some pads for the car!  so that's one issue solved (Lack of options isn't great, but its good enough!).

 

So far we have stripped the interior, done all the fluids, upgraded to a triple thick aluminium radiator, coilovers all round, waiting for brake components to arrive, oil cooler was installed but one fitting was wrong so waiting on a replacement, have a spare timing belt and head gasket, but current ones look good!  then we need to install the seat, harness, roll cage, remove aircon and we fit some 86 wheels with RS4 tyres and we are ready to go!



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Posted 25 December 2017 - 10:24 AM

There are a stack of choices available in Japan.

 

The brands that come to mind are : Endless, Project-Mu, 

 

http://yahoo.importm...tion/u159100951

 

as an example..

 

[Edit] here's a link to all the Dixcel Z's for Celica's : https://auctions.yah...p=celica dixcel


Edited by clixx-io, 26 December 2017 - 09:14 AM.





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