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> Brake Caliper Restoration Service, "We don't rebuild your calipers... we restore them."
dfelz
post Aug 4 2012, 06:53 PM
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If I am going to be getting the 911 front hub, rotor, and strut set up, will the stock 914 calipers still fit?

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post Aug 4 2012, 09:25 PM
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Not unless you get a very early 911 solid rotor assembly. If you go vented you'll need a 911 M-Caliper at least.
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post May 2 2022, 06:46 PM
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***UPDATE***

Now Selling Complete Packages for your 914!!

Early or Late Porsche 914 Complete Brake Restoration Packages

***SEND IN YOUR CALIPERS FOR OUR WORLD CLASS RESTORATION SERVICE!***

What's better than a brand new set of PMB Performance restored brake calipers? Getting all of the recommended goodies in one package and saving $70.00 of your hard earned dollars doing so!!

You'll get our complete restoration service for your 914 calipers including:

*Complete disassembly to bare core.
*Removal of stuck or frozen pistons.
*Replating of caliper cores.
*Replating of all fasteners
*Vibratory polishing of pistons.
*Cleaning and recoating piston tops with high-temp paint.
*New factory ATE seals and dust covers throughout.
*Reassembly with pistons in proper position.
*Your calipers will look like the day they came off the factory assembly line (probably better).

You'll also receive our recommended and favorite "Sebro" German rotors for all four corners and all of the bearings and seals needed to make this system a go (or should we say "a stop"?). You'll get new soft lines of course and... (but wait... there's more!)

...our favorite brake upgrade of all time; Porterfield Pads front and rear for that perfect bias match and that perfect stopping power designed into your factory calipers.

You'll get all of this and save yourself $70 clams! (as Mom always said, that beats a sharp stick in the eye).

**Images are for representational purposes only. Actual product may vary.**

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post Jul 2 2022, 05:51 AM
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Just in case there is anyone looking over this thread that
hasn't seen a "Before and After" image of the work done by
PMB, I post this image..

I picked these 914-6 rear calipers out of a box at Hershey a few years ago and
and immediately sent them to Eric, when I got them home.

As soon as they opened the box and got a look at what I sent them,
they called me and asked what I wanted them to do.?

I said make then right..

Here is the image of what I sent them on top and what they sent back
to me on the bottom..

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I also sent them the full set of calipers from my 6 and they came back just as nice..
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