Stradale Brake Conversions?

Discussion in '360/430' started by WCH, Mar 9, 2004.

  1. WCH

    WCH F1 Veteran

    Mar 16, 2003
    Based on what I understand to be the Porsche experience with tracking PCCB equipped cars, I wonder whether anyone will attempt a ceramic to conventional conversion on a Stradale - or if such a conversion is even possible? I'm not advocating any modification, and would hate to do it to my own car, but at $20k+ per set of rotors, conversion might make economic sense for track junkies. Thoughts?
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  3. Brian C. Stradale

    Brian C. Stradale F1 Rookie
    Lifetime Rossa

    Mar 17, 2002
    Dallas, TX, USA
    Fortunately, it appears based on experience so far, that Ferrari's carbon ceramic brakes are far better than PCCBs! It looks like Ferrari's might actually function well as combo track / street setup. Of course, PCCBs have way more miles on them and way more track nuts driving them... so, the jury is still out... but it looks promising.

    As for a swap, my understanding is that its not a huge difficulty... but if anyone has looked into it further, knowing its reasonably straight-forward would be comforting.
  4. GWat

    GWat Formula Junior

    Nov 3, 2003
    An interesting note: The 360 GTC front brakes rotors are the same diameter and slightly narrower. I think they may be a possible fit with a change to the carrier. I also believe they are the same caliper. Can anyone confirm this?
  5. GWat

    GWat Formula Junior

    Nov 3, 2003
    GTC - Front brake system: Brembo, steel discs 380 x32 mm, 6 pistons (30/32/40 mm) caliper.

    CS - Front brake system: Brembo, CCM disc 380 x34 mm, 6 piston caliper

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