Project Porsche 987.2 Cayman S: Making Awesome Brakes More Awesome with Stoptech!

Since a Porsche has a lot of the weight on the rear wheels, the rear brakes are more substantial than what you may be used to looking at.

Now the rear brakes are ready to go.  They are pretty impressive looking!

Jeany is pretty pleased with her new brakes.

The Titan 7 wheels easily clear the big Stoptech calipers.

There is more clearance in the rear.

Our project car is looking low, clean and mean!

With our suspension, brakes, wheels, and tires now track-worthy, we are next going to focus our attention on the engine, oiling and cooling system.  We want to extract more power while assuring good lubrication to the bottom end even under higher cornering G’s while keeping it all cool even under hard track conditions.

Once the engine stuff is done, we will then focus on the car’s aero and get some real functional downforce that is going to still be street driveable.

Sources

Stoptech

2 comments

  1. Hi – Allan from Denmark here.

    Regarding your “Project Porsche 987.2 Cayman S: Making Awesome Brakes More Awesome with Stoptech!”

    We are planning to mount exact same StopTech brake kits on a Cayman R (987.2 – 2012)

    Could I get you to inform me the exact StopTech type numbers on all parts used for this conversion?

    My supplier of StopTech parts have informed that StopTech only have these two kits for the Cayman 987.2 : Front 83.788.6700.xx / Rear 83.799.0046.xx and these are NOT the same as you have mounted.

    Many thanks in advance.

    Kind regards
    Allan Boegh-Petersen

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