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Old 08-19-2014, 09:24 PM   #1
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Cobra calipers= '94-'98 vs '99-'04 whats the difference

Whats the difference on the '94-'98 & the '99-'04 cobra front calipers? Is the bore size 38mm bores vs 40mm or what? I didn't think about it at the time, I installed Baer's 2 piece rotors. Thanx you guys for your input.
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That is the only difference I am aware of: 38mm vs. 40.5mm pistons.
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Thanx, thats what I thought too.
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What master cylinder did you use?
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The stock one which works great.....
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I have a set of New Edge hub/rotor/calipers waiting to go on my Fox. I just need to get the rear all ironed out. Debating on getting a rear end out of a 98 Cobra, which has 3.27's in it. Orrrrrr, just switching over to Ranger drums and axles. Because? I really like my 3.55's. And I don't want to have to get a R&P set up again....
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