I know a lot of people on here have some serious qualms about how small the current/oem stock rear brakes are.
Unfortunately, the rear brakes get little aftermarket attention because our front brakes are good and when they arent enough, there are a number of AM options out there.
So I went searching, while looking for R32 ****, its rare to find anything, so i went with the audi TT route. Its the same bolt pattern and everything is more or less exactly the same as long as the TT in question has 4wd/haldex. So as long as you keep that in mind, happy searching.
So, while i have the ECS kit, it sux in general. The rotors are ehh in quality, the engineering behind the kit is minimal and weak at best. So because of this, I went searching and found this:
I dont think racingbrake wants to venture down the path of building something more for the rear, just a feeling i get.
I mean, aside from a select few, whose going to drop 1000+ on a bigger rear kit.
There is certainly a way you could do it...
If you use the same caliper up front, source a e-brake piece and then build a bracket/modify the front bracket which already accepts the front... you could do it somewhat cheaply and easily, but its still going to take some hours doing the drawings for the bracket for both, testing the fit, modifying which will need to happen, then developing lines, e-brake lines, and the hardware... its certainly not difficult if they could put together the front kit, but cost then creeps way up utilizing the front setup all over again...
1) I dont support stassis any longer. They are a sleezey company and I dont want to give them my money.
2) That kit is no different than the ECS kit although we have no reports of having to grind down anything or otherwise, so it may be easier, but its just a bigger rotor and extension brackets for the caliper.
Yess. Let's get this thread moving. My rear rotors are due and i'm definitely looking to get the bigger rotors. As OP stated, they are too damn small - especially with aftermarket wheels- really shows how small they are (slim 6 spoke)