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  • #31
    Custom brackets,
    Custom brake lines
    Some spacers washers
    Some modifying to the carriers to bolt bracket flush.
    File out stud holes on zs disc to maestro pcd.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Dave MGT View Post
      Custom brackets,
      Custom brake lines
      Some spacers washers
      Some modifying to the carriers to bolt bracket flush.
      File out stud holes on zs disc to maestro pcd.
      If you have fitted this without having spigot rings made I'd get some made up before doing any real mileage.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by countrydude View Post
        If you have fitted this without having spigot rings made I'd get some made up before doing any real mileage.
        Good point.
        Forgot to mention the spigot rings.
        Had some custom ones made up.
        Will get some more pics of it when I do the final fit up.

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        • #34
          The brake calipers of that car are from mgtf? How could I adapt it to my montego? I want to link it to my own for a future montego rally in spain

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          • #35

            ¿Se puede adaptar este kit de freno MG tf? Cómo ?
            Last edited by Juanmacandel; 26th August 2017, 09:35.

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            • #36

              Last edited by Juanmacandel; 26th August 2017, 09:46.

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              • #37
                You do not know??

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                • #38
                  its not hard fit, discs need to be 295mm from 302mm, Need to get custom pipes made
                  MG Maestro turbo 437
                  367 Bhp

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                  • #39
                    If it were 295mm would it fit perfect?

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                    • #40
                      yes
                      MG Maestro turbo 437
                      367 Bhp

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                      • #41

                        And the original brake calipers mg tf fit well without any modification in my montego ??

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                        • #42
                          its about 4mm off i took, 2mm off top and 2mm off bottom bolt hole
                          MG Maestro turbo 437
                          367 Bhp

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                          • #43
                            I am adapting the brakes of mg tf 4 pot. What kind of brake line do I need? I've been searching the forum and I haven't found

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Juanmacandel View Post
                              I am adapting the brakes of mg tf 4 pot. What kind of brake line do I need? I've been searching the forum and I haven't found
                              The brake line would just be an MGF/TF flexy pipe, that should connect to your existing metal pipes, if not make some up
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                              • #45
                                Once searching for information on the forum I read about an adapter that allowed the use of the original brake lines. Does somebody know anything about this?

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