Alrighty, I finally got my ksport coilvers and thought to my self while im at it I may as well look into rear discs as I was gonna have most of the rear out anyways as I was ripping out the koni's.
Well I did a bit of searching of rotor stud patterns (4x100) and cars with rear disc brakes and came across a range of cars that has a complete bolt on deal for the rear discs
(providing you dont have an adjustable rear sway bar on the inner most hole (stiffest setting) as it sticks out to much and hits the caliper and need to grind a bit of the end off (i will be doing this tomorrow as it is late and dont want to wake the neighbours)
The cars the parts are off are named different between Aus and the USA but im pretty sure you still got them.
So all you will need is the Backing bracket that holds that calipers, Discs, Calipers with fluid lines and hand brake cables. You use stock hubs and bolts. Just remove the drum and bolt the rest up. Ill try and do a bit of a DIY but its pretty straight forward if youve taken a drum and handbrake cables off before.
w00t! sorry about the last to photos was just excited to finally get discs on the back.
Ok well the cars the parts are off are in Australia called Proton Satria GTi and Xli, or Proton Wira (4door sedan type thingy). The GTi has ABS parts atttached easily removed) while the Xli doesnt. I believe the parts can be purchased new from Mitsubishi I got mine from the wreckerss for a total of $200AUD, but im sure with more searching could be found cheaper.
In the USA i believe this car is called a Mitsubishi Mirage, im not sure which version but I know its a 4g and I believe you only got the ABS version (which doesnt matter as the ABS sensor and sensor ring on the hub comes off (you use your own hub anyway or else it will sit too far out and the caliper will not line up)? This is similar if not the same as what a few workshops offer for Mitsubishi mirages but charge $1300AUD
hope this helps some peeps any questions just ask
edit stupid links
[Edited by Scrud on Sep 30, 2005 6:21 AM]