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    4-pot caliper Integrale Evo

    Hi, Will the later 4-pot Integrale Evo front caliper fit the earlier Integrale models ? Can the older 1-pot calipers be swapped for a decent brake upgrade ?

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    Re: 4-pot caliper Integrale Evo

    Neither swap are direct bolt-on.

    Which car do you have? 4-lug based or 5 lug based?

    Not sure which suggestions to make. Some folks have used a combination of Fiat Coupe rotors with Renault Clio 4-piston calipers on the 5-lug cars, 4-lug cars require different setup.
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    Re: 4-pot caliper Integrale Evo

    Hi Sean, It's not an Integrale - it's a Thema 8.32 which is 5 stud. This car uses the same front calipers as the Integrale and Alfa 164 V6 so I was hoping the 4-pot piece could fit as an upgrade. What is the difference between the regular and 4-pot caliper ? More spacing between the bolts to hub or some other details ?
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