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Old 04-21-2013, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default Rear brake cooling ducts

I saw some awesome ducts on another 6GT3 last season but don't know where they came from. They really scooped air towards the discs in back. Any ideas where to find them?
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You might look at the gt2 ducts. They move a lot of air onto the brakes and I have seen them on a couple of GT3 p cars.
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I'm running 997-331-487-02 and 997-331-488-02 on my GT3. Had to do a little grinding with dremel tool as they touched the inner lip of the wheel... Attach to the lower suspension arm just like the front ones do...
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Are you having cooling issues with your rear brakes? Mine last forever without extra cooling.
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No, they seem fine...just wanted to know what they were is all.
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