I'm not sure about the 3rd gens, but the 2nd gen rotors are still quite a bit bigger than a PGT's. Way thicker too. Don't overloook the 2nd gens, calipers from them would still be an upgrade, and they might have a better chance of fitting. Who knows. Look at all possibilities.PSE driver said:
what size rotors are on the front of the RX-7 anyway? I'm sure we're talking about 3G RX-7's right?
Dunno how much I'd want to fabricate a bracket on my brakes. Something i'm kinda leary of. If someone or you Don made something, I'd like to see it. I wonder if we can get over to an RX-7 site and get some of those guys to get some measurements and such from us. they'd be able to tell us there rotor size, etc.HDP said:I'm sure it would not bolt up physically, a bracket would have to be fabricated. my question is, are they physically about the same size? Now that I think about it, they just might work. Felipe has a set of RX-7 wheels on his PGT with no clearance problems, so why wouldn't a set of calipers work from a RX-7? *research* :1read:
.HDP said:AUTOZONE!!! We can actually go and ask to see a RX-7 caliper and a PGT side by side. But as far as fabracating a bracket, all aftermarket calipers require one to fit, so it would be only natural to make one for a custom job like this.