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corolla 255mm front rotor

corolla sportivo 275mm front rotor

what is needed in order to fit the 275mm rotor on a normal corolla, would it be worth it in the end?

only reason is because my rotors are due for a change soon so might change them to 275mm slotted if possible, if not then just 255mm slotted.

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I'd assume the calipers to fit over the new rotor with new pads. Hub more than likely is the same.

I'm on my iPhone so I can't see your info on the left what car you have?

2006 toyota corolla ascent

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You don't need the caliper itself. If you use the calpier bracket from a celica or a sportivo you can use your current caliper. You will need to use sportivo/celica pads though from memory. Test fitted my bracket to DHC09's car years ago out of curiosity. Otherwise you can design a dog bone and have it machined to space your current setup out by 20mm.

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lets just say if i have the sportivo calipers, the 275mm sportivo rotor with pads to suit would it fit straight on my exisiting hub with no work needed?

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