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914World.com _ FS/WTB: 914 Parts _ FS: REDUCED Front 911 BOGE Struts 3" and BREMBO Calipers with Hawk Pads

Posted by: CG-914 Oct 17 2020, 02:23 PM

For sale are two things:

Pair of front 911 BOGE Struts 3 inch spacing in good condition, need to be painted.
They came of an early 70s 911E. Perfect For ATE M calipers as well as Brembo Calipers.
- These are a must for 5 Lug conversion.
- Boge is the best choice, because you have a choice of ALL shock inserts.

REDUCED: $500 $425 for the pair of Struts.

A Pair of Brembo Aluminium Calipers with a set of new Hawk HPS (High Performance Street) pads. The Calpiers have the same Piston diameter as the ATE 911 S calipers, but with these advantages:
- Lighter
- Less flex
- Cheaper
- No leak issues

SOLD $350 for the Brembo Calipers with Pads.

These are located in OC California. Buyer is responsible for pick up or shipping cost.

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Posted by: bdstone914 Oct 17 2020, 04:10 PM

@http://www.914world.com/bbs2/index.php?showuser=12526

S calipers require 3.5 inch bolt spacing

Posted by: Robarabian Oct 18 2020, 08:29 AM

Seller: Ok, so now I'm confused. Do these bolt to a regular 911 strut, with 3 inch spacing, or are they S calipers that require the 3.5 inch spacing.

maybe a measurement photo showing the bolt spacing?

Posted by: Superhawk996 Oct 18 2020, 09:07 AM

Those Brembo calipers are not the Porsche S calipers. They should be 3" spacing to work with early 3" 911 struts.

Agree that a photo of strut ear spacing won't hurt and would be a benefit to potential buyers having once upon a time ended up with 3.5" struts that were advertised as 3".

Posted by: Literati914 Oct 18 2020, 09:32 AM

Those are most likely Brembo's off an Alfa Romeo (and are the lightest weight choice of calipers) and DO HAVE 3" mounts, and will therefore work with the 3" 911 Boge struts that are pictured. Like the 'S' calipers they would have 48mm pistons (compared to 33mm of stock 914 btw). This is a great set up, GLWS.

Edit: I see seller has corrected the description.

Posted by: Robarabian Oct 18 2020, 05:00 PM

PM sent ref the calipers.

Posted by: CG-914 Oct 19 2020, 11:42 AM

Here are the pictures with measurements, proving, that they are both 3 inches.

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Posted by: AZBanks Oct 19 2020, 03:45 PM

If you replace the word "Brembo" with "BMW" and those calipers look identical to BMW 320i calipers (which have 3 inch spacing).

Posted by: CG-914 Oct 19 2020, 03:50 PM

Those are not the same thing @http://www.914world.com/bbs2/index.php?showuser=5245

First ATE 320i Calpers are steel and not Aluminium.

Second, the Brembo can be run on 911 struts with Vented Rotors and on non vented rotors when you remove the spacers. The ATE 320i Calipers can only be run with non vented rotors.

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If you replace the word "Brembo" with "BMW" and those calipers look identical to BMW 320i calipers (which have 3 inch spacing).

Posted by: Montreal914 Oct 19 2020, 08:22 PM

I don't understand why all this confusion. confused24.gif

These are the Alfa Brembos that are sought after for all the reasons exposed by the seller and the struts have their part number clearly shown. This setup is explained in the 5lug conversion thread by Eric Shea in the Classic section.

I have the same setup and looking forward installing it when I convert my car to 5 lugs.

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Posted by: Robarabian Oct 19 2020, 10:01 PM

purchased..

Posted by: CG-914 Oct 19 2020, 10:07 PM

QUOTE(Robarabian @ Oct 20 2020, 12:01 AM) *

purchased..



Yes, Calipers are sold.

Struts are still available!

Posted by: CG-914 Oct 26 2020, 10:47 AM

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REDUCED TO $425

Posted by: Alain V. Oct 28 2020, 09:06 PM

QUOTE(CG-914 @ Oct 26 2020, 11:47 AM) *

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REDUCED TO $425


sending you a PM

Posted by: Mark Henry Oct 29 2020, 11:46 AM

QUOTE(Montreal914 @ Oct 19 2020, 10:22 PM) *

I don't understand why all this confusion. confused24.gif

These are the Alfa Brembos that are sought after for all the reasons exposed by the seller and the struts have their part number clearly shown. This setup is explained in the 5lug conversion thread by Eric Shea in the Classic section.

I have the same setup and looking forward installing it when I convert my car to 5 lugs.

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Also note these work with 911 M-caliper rebuild kits. Except for being made of aluminum and saying brembo dimensionally they're the same as the Porsche M-caliper.

It's what I have on my /6.

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