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just keep in mind if you are going to use the s2000 caliper that they are mount towards the rear of the car as you can see from the pic I posted above compared to the front like a 9th gen.

The spoon calipers have 2 different sized pistons with the smaller piston coming first with the bigger piston trailing it. If you put them on without swapping the hard line / bleeder valve ( I have no guarantee this works but from the diagrams I see no reason why it wouldn't) you would have the bigger piston contacting first with the smaller piston trailing. Spoon designs it this way so you have even pad wear so you might experience some uneven pad wear if it is in the wrong order.

the 45020-MBF-G00 is made for forward mounted calipers so that might be a better choice.
ok sounds good! stock break pads can be used also?
 

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you would have to obtain s2000 front pads since that is what they use

One of the main reason why i want to run the spoon caliper was to be able to run winmax pads.
 

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ARC is really rare these days, I sold a new ARC zippo lighter that was collecting dust in my drawer for 500 bucks lol.

that's not bad.... i know people are collecting mugen watch & spoon g-shocks etc....


i had a TRD chrono watch i gave to my brother years a ago... my daughter still using a TRD full bucket baby-seat, had a guy offer me $800 for the seat, but i decide to keep it....
 

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What is the part number for spoon calipers. I wanna get some for mine but wanna make sure they fit also have an fb6
 
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