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Look at mustangsteve.com. I think I have about 800 into the swap using OEM 2010 mustang GT takeoff brake parts. Plus you get 13 inch 2 piston brakes in the front and 11.5 in the rear. The setup requires 17 inch wheels. The GT swap is less expensive than the Cobra swap. I am putting my fronts on in the next week or two (waiting on parts). Bob the ECI just did the Cobra swap.

http://www.mustangsteve.com/cobrabrakes.html
 

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http://www.discbrakeswap.com/ has kits for front only, use Granada-based parts, reasonably priced, good quality and great customer service.

If you use stock wheels, the outside diameter of the bearing snout on Granada rotors needs to be reduced by 1/8".
 

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The reason I was considering this kit is: 4 wheel disc, master cyl with booster, proportion valve, new brake peddle, brackets, new componets for the cost of $1050.00 ship to the house. Hope this would kit save time trying to track down everthing need. And take out some of the guess work. I think I'm gona use the 15in factory wheels, so the bigger rotor kits won't work.
 

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I bought this kit a few months ago. I have the rears on but not the fronts yet. Seems complete with instructions but I didn't need the
master cylinder. I have 15" wheels, looks like it'll fit.
 
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