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Will ceramics from a 2010 GT3 fit the 987S....or are there adapters that will make them fit? TIA.
 

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I would go with the entire setup including rotors and calipers...I know of people who have made the "regular" GT3 brakes work, so I have to believe someone has tried the ceramics?
 

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getting regular gt3 brakes to work is a lot of work... including carrera s/gt3 uprights... nearly anything is possible with unlimited funds.
 

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Question to dealer (posed hypothetically): "Is it possible to remove my CS ceramics and fit them to a 911?" Answer: "No. They are made specifically for the car." Casey is probably right though - with enough $ you can get most things done.
 

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If your really considering adding PCCB to a standard car here are the 987 parts you would need (btw the PSM also has to be recoded by a dealer):

PCCB Discs:

FL - 996 351 031 04 (Superseded to 997 351 031 00) - $3728.15
FR - 996 351 032 04 (Superseded to 997 351 032 00) - $3728.15
RL - 987 352 031 02 - $3270.30
RR - 987 352 032 02 - $3270.30

PCCB Calipers:

FL - 996 351 431 31 - $784.92
FR - 996 351 432 31 - $784.92
RL - 996 352 423 31 - $542.80
RR - 996 352 424 31 - $542.80

Pads:

FL/FR - 997 351 948 01 - $255.81
RL/RR – 997 352 948 00 - $258.68

Cover Plate:

FL - 997 351 805 05 - $18.32
FR - 997 351 806 05 - $18.32

Warning Contact:

FL - 997 612 675 01 - $25.16
FR - 997 612 679 00 - $25.16
Rear - 987 612 676 01 x 2 - $12.48/ea

Brake Line:

FL - 996 355 581 9B - $10.68
FR - 996 355 584 9B - $10.68
RL - 987 355 583 00 (Superceded to 987 355 583 01) - $40.58
RR - 987 355 584 00 - $61.40

Misc Parts:

Pan Head Screws - 999 067 047 09 x 8 (Superceded to 999 067 053 09) - $2.86/ea
Clip - 996 355 503 10 - $2.81
Clip - 996 355 504 10 - $2.81

Which would bring your total to $17,430.59 :crazy:
 

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If your really considering adding PCCB to a standard car here are the 987 parts you would need (btw the PSM also has to be recoded by a dealer):

PCCB Discs:

FL - 996 351 031 04 (Superseded to 997 351 031 00) - $3728.15
FR - 996 351 032 04 (Superseded to 997 351 032 00) - $3728.15
RL - 987 352 031 02 - $3270.30
RR - 987 352 032 02 - $3270.30

PCCB Calipers:

FL - 996 351 431 31 - $784.92
FR - 996 351 432 31 - $784.92
RL - 996 352 423 31 - $542.80
RR - 996 352 424 31 - $542.80

Pads:

FL/FR - 997 351 948 01 - $255.81
RL/RR – 997 352 948 00 - $258.68

Cover Plate:

FL - 997 351 805 05 - $18.32
FR - 997 351 806 05 - $18.32

Warning Contact:

FL - 997 612 675 01 - $25.16
FR - 997 612 679 00 - $25.16
Rear - 987 612 676 01 x 2 - $12.48/ea

Brake Line:

FL - 996 355 581 9B - $10.68
FR - 996 355 584 9B - $10.68
RL - 987 355 583 00 (Superceded to 987 355 583 01) - $40.58
RR - 987 355 584 00 - $61.40

Misc Parts:

Pan Head Screws - 999 067 047 09 x 8 (Superceded to 999 067 053 09) - $2.86/ea
Clip - 996 355 503 10 - $2.81
Clip - 996 355 504 10 - $2.81

Which would bring your total to $17,430.59 :crazy:
You also need to swap for the bigger master cylinder in order to have enough fluid for the 6-pot front calipers. I'm sure Nick will be back wth the part number.

brad
 

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You also need to swap for the bigger master cylinder in order to have enough fluid for the 6-pot front calipers. I'm sure Nick will be back wth the part number.

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... and the expansion tank :)

Expansion Tank:

997 355 013 01 - $57.16

Master Cylinder:

997 355 910 10 - $460.38
 

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Would love to have the pccb calipers on the car stock, but with out the ceramic rotors a set of 2 piece floaters would be perfect. If I could get my hands on the Calipers and master cylinder that is what I would do rather then ordring an aftermarket big brake kit
 
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