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i going to buy some front rotors there is a person in n.z that is selling some,my front rotors on my car are 330mm rotors none slotted,the rotors i am looking at getting are off a vy they are 330mm hsv slotted rotors,my car is 94 vr hsv, would any body know if they would fit my car.
 

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Should fit both are 330mm
 

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Speaking of rotors, what is the max size that can fit under the stock alloy rims on a VR II Equipe? I'm guessing 296mm? Can someone confirm?
 

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Don't think they will fit properly. Looking at the DBA catalogue, VR/VS front rotors have a 70mm centre hole and the VY rotors have a 71.5mm centre hole.
 

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I was looking at the DBA040B - which from memory I think are 296mm with the centre hole correct for a VR/VS? Can you confirm that in the catalogue? I can't find the specs for them online atm.

I was just having a look through the gaps in the stock rims at the moment and wondering if 296mm + VT calipers with brackets would fit ;)

edit: Ah, I found this: http://www.dba.com.au/products/DBA040B
 

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Different offset, different centre hole.

VR-VS are the same, VT-VZ are the same. VT-VZ will not fit the VR-VS unless spacer rings are used on the hub and an adapter bracket is used on the calipers.
 

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As far as I was aware, the calipers don't fit without the spacer. But never actually having bolted them up myself I couldn't give you a definite answer. Actually just did a bit of a search myself, no one on here that has done the conversion mentions anything about the caliper spacers, so I guess they bolt straight on.

However, when going to the VE spec upgrade, caliper brackets are definitely needed.
 

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Vt-vz calipers bolt on without spacers/adapters/special bolts. Straight fit with any vt-z rotor with hub spacers.
 
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