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Old April 8th, 2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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FS: AEM Big Rotor Brake Kit. FRONT AND REAR PRICED TO SELL

Hey guys, I need some money for Europe and my SHO so i'm selling my AEM Brake Kit. I really hate shipping stuff so local pickup please. Comes with everything: cross drilled and slotted rotors brackets and bolts. They're used(a good 40k mi.) with a couple of tiny tiny cracks in some of the cross-drilled holes, but it doesn't hurt their functionality or wow factor. 17 inch wheels are required for the front, and 16 inch wheels are required for the back. I want 350obo. I shouldn't have to explain how amazing that price is. Thanks everyone!

EDIT: 250 picked up. PRICE IS FIRM!!! COME AND GET IT!!! I'm tired of waiting, so first come first serve.

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Old April 8th, 2008, 04:06 PM   #2
 
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this only for a 6th gen?
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got pics? willing to sell only the rear?
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with any offset or what?
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Old April 8th, 2008, 04:49 PM   #5
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got pics? willing to sell only the rear?
we can go half...i need the front. pm me if you are interested
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Im interested, Do you have any pics?
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Okay, here we go. So these are for 98-02 Accord V6 COUPES only. Well, the fronts will fit the sedans but you need to modify something to get the rears to work. They are also for 5 lug accords only; so basically V6's unless you've done a swap somehow. They've been off my car for some time now but here's a picture I took of them right before I put them in storage. The two on the left are the fronts, the top right is an AEM rear and the bottom right is the stock rear for comparison. Hope this answers all questions!


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Here is a pic of one when they were on my car. Those rims are also for sale by the way. However, one of them is in two pieces LOL. Seriously though they're for sale....

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you must be hard on your car, those rotors looked warped, those rims are trashed
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u have pics of the rear when on ur car???
that 1 rotor looks stock..
r they just the rotors or the kit?
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there's no calipers?
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This is just a big rotor kit that uses stock calipers and pads... I've had this kit for about a year and love it, so BUMP!!
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hmmmm so its not a brake kit!
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hmmmm so its not a brake kit!
its oversized rotors. come on now your a veteran u should know these things!
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its oversized rotors. come on now your a veteran u should know these things!
yeah last time i saw the aem kit it was for the front.. but i thought he had like some 2 piston kit for the rear i was so happy i was overwellemed.. thanks slow. reality back in full force! $**** veteran.. im like a grandfather on this site now!
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you must be hard on your car, those rotors looked warped, those rims are trashed

How the hell do you look at a rotor and see that it's warped? Shrug, anyways that rim splitting thing happened when I had 5 people in the car loaded with luggage and hit a notorious SF pothole.


And yes these are ROTORS ONLY. They come with brackets to move your stock caliper out to use these. These work great with 2-piston calipers from the Acura Legend by the way...
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ive worked on suspension for allot of cars. You can always get them trimmed so they are smooth and shine o so nice.
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will to ship the rears to toronto?
im interested!
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