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    TD/TC Cortina brake upgrades

    Anyone got any tips for brake upgrades on a TD Cortina?found some,all seem abit costly and most people don't tell whats needed because they're too busy trying to make money. I've done up all the original 6 cylinder brakes but they aren't too good to start with. Any help would be good.

    #2
    Hoppers Stoppers does a kit for them
    I'll try to get some info for you

    What about Falcon discs , with a HQ caliper ?
    Location Perth Western Australia

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      #3
      for any info on cortina's theres only one guy to talk to Geoff Shirley, he loves his cortina's and hes always got a fair few at his workshop that hes building for people.

      heres a link to his page.. and inparticualr the link to his brake setup in his drag cortina

      http://www.cortina-mk1.com/brakes.shtm
      www.treadandpedals.com.au - For the biker who thinks they have everything

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        #4
        have not spoke to hopper stoppers but their add only says TE/TF. the later ortinas can us the falcon bits. any info a big help thanks guys

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          #5
          Old thread I know.. Going to do a TC brake upgrade kit for a mate... What's the hotness these days..
          She's got a stroked clevo in her too

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            #6
            There's no Cortinas left...so no current hotness
            Location Perth Western Australia

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              #7
              Originally posted by gbanger View Post
              Old thread I know.. Going to do a TC brake upgrade kit for a mate... What's the hotness these days..
              She's got a stroked clevo in her too
              Rod shop does a willwood rotor and caliper.

              Don't mention the adBlocker !!

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                #8
                UPC ? maybe
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by turboghia View Post
                  UPC ? maybe
                  They do. But stay well away
                  Originally posted by 50RTD
                  Dave, have you uploaded the data from the carby?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Fondles View Post
                    Rod shop does a willwood rotor and caliper.
                    This what I would do. There are adaptors around for Falcon discs/caliper combinations, but if wilwood is there that's what I would do
                    Envy is Ignorance, Imitation is Suicide - Ralph Waldo Emerson

                    Originally Posted by Stang:
                    particularly when your body is functioning like a 1970s Alfa made by drunken chimpanzees on a Friday afternoon

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