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Fiat coupe 20v Turbo, 304mmx28mm 4x100 brakes discs

Discussion in 'Ibiza Mk3 (2000-2002)' started by JKing, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. JKing

    JKing Cupra-R

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    Does anyone know if Fiat Coupe 20v Turbo brake discs will fit my brembo equipped cupra-r??

    The Fiat also uses brembo callipers and the discs are 304mmx28mm 4x100 so would have thought they'd fit straight on??

    My discs are on paper exactly the same but 305mm which shouldnt make any difference. The fiat discs are much more readily available and therefore cheaper.
     
  2. JIMYU

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    i think you'll find they are actually 4x98 on fiats...

    but i'm not 100%
     
  3. Dan Cupra R

    Dan Cupra R The Yellow Sub

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    Be intresting to find out if they do fit, would certainly be good to get cheaper, keep us posted if you decide to go for it
     
  4. TTS Roadsport

    TTS Roadsport VAG specialists

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    Yes, generally all Fiats are 4x98 PCD. It also depends if the hub diameter is the same??
     
  5. _AJ

    _AJ Ex - Ibiza Cupra

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    Only slightly of subject....



    But would the front Brembo calipers from a Fiat Coupe 20v Turbo fit the Ibiza Cupra???
     
  6. JIMYU

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    I would have thought yes, but with the correct (or custom) carriers...
     
  7. _AJ

    _AJ Ex - Ibiza Cupra

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    interesting..... cheers fella.


    Don't suppose you or anyone knows a rough price at how much these 'carriers' would be???
     
  8. Harry's cupra

    Harry's cupra What to do

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    Little while back i'm pretty sure someone was seeling on ebay some brembos off a Fiat Coupe that had been adapted to fit on mk2 golf hubs, think they have just had to machine a little bit off the carrier which is part of the caliper on the Fiat Coupe Brembos.
     
  9. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    no carrier on fiat brembo's, integral lug mount on them.
     
  10. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    fiat 20v coupe disk:
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    Part No: D941
    Front Discs (Pair) Details

    Standard Discs
    "British Made" Premium Quality Replacment Brake Discs.

    List Price: £160.68
    Price: £144.61 (£169.92 Inc. VAT)

    Whats unknown is offset, hub spigot size and confirmed pcd
    OE disks are ~£60each +vat
     
  11. Harry's cupra

    Harry's cupra What to do

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    Sorry my mistake, ment integral lug
     
  12. Ricardo_Smooth

    Ricardo_Smooth Powered by Apples!

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    sorry to drag this thread back up but does this mean once a bit is shaven off them they will fit on an ibiza? (calipers)
     
  13. Ricardo_Smooth

    Ricardo_Smooth Powered by Apples!

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  14. joshpmc

    joshpmc Cupra R Power

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    I would be interested to find this out. My brother has a set of fiat coupe brembos lying around in our gaarge as hes planning on putting them on his punto gt3, I may have to spend a day playing about to see if they will fit mine.
     
  15. rogers

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    il tell you they wont....
     
  16. Fl@pper

    Fl@pper Back older greyer and less oilier but always hope
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    disc wise fiat coupe EBC D941 >Xref> QH BDC4675

    studs : 4 (no pcd)
    outer diam : 305mm
    max thickness : 28mm
    min thickness : 27mm (seems harsh lol)
    overall height : 44.7mm
    centre bore : 59mm

    if that helps but not got spec listing info for the SEAT ones

    alt: QH BDC4739 (peugeot 406 coupe) also Brembo

    studs : 4 (no pcd :()
    outer diam : 305mm
    max thickness : 28mm
    min thickness : 26mm
    overall height : 28.2mm
    centre bore : 66mm


    from picture memory the pug discs are close if correct at all as the seat ones were pretty flat iirc ??
     
  17. antnee

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    Fiat are 4x98

    Peugeot are 4x108
     
  18. ibizacupra

    ibizacupra Jack-RIP my little Friend
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    overall height is the key one - looks like different offsets as well as wrong pcd.

    Disks are £57 each plus vat for ibiza-R ones
     
  19. joshpmc

    joshpmc Cupra R Power

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    So bill you dont think its possible then??? My brother said we can try the calipers next weekend and see how far out they are and what work/ modification it involves!
     
  20. Reuvers

    Reuvers I is a Dutch man!

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    if you have em lying around and have the oppertunity to try, I definately would.
    even if its just to be able to tell us for certain that it doesn't fit.
     

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