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Old 22-05-2005, 12:44 PM   #51
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Cool discs! Can you remember what offset they are?
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Old 22-05-2005, 02:05 PM   #52
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Cool discs! Can you remember what offset they are?
OMP discs are the 27mm offset ones, and I got them because we had in stock!!
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Old 25-05-2005, 10:34 AM   #53
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Just ordered pads and discs from Brakes international. Went for 27.9mm discs and round end pads with intergrated springs. Hoipe they all fit. Also got rear discs and pads and cables for a total of 111 app.
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Old 28-05-2005, 10:39 AM   #54
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Got the discs on Thursday, and trial fitted them, and they all fit, so Mark I now have the same brake set up as you.
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Old 10-06-2005, 05:23 PM   #55
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just to put the cat amongst the pigeons so to speak, i have a phase 2 106gti and was fitting calipers off a 2004 206gti, they required the disks with an offset of 34mm (i tried the 28mm ones as read on here but no luck) i also had to grind a bit off of the yoke to get the yokes on. finally fitted them today though, look great and feel great
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Old 10-06-2005, 10:03 PM   #56
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good job mate. ive got some off a 2003 206gti but yet to get discs so think i will be gettin the 34mm offset ones. i have the same type as russ has
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Old 12-06-2005, 12:03 AM   #57
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something about the pads diference

when I wanted to buy my new pads, I searched for prices, and I was informed that there are 2 types of pads
1 type for girling calipers and other for bosch

mine are bosch

here are the news brakes :



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Old 12-06-2005, 12:25 AM   #58
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Maybe I am missing something here, but a lot of calibers besides the 206 GTI ones fit the 106. I'm using Bosch calibers from 206 HDI on my 106 GTI, and Bosch calibers from a 306 2.0 XSI on my S2 rallye. Both were a straight fit.
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Old 26-08-2005, 09:41 AM   #59
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Russ, from what you can remember/this thread

That set of spare discs and pads i have (that we tried fitting to your car), what calipers are they to suit???

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Old 26-08-2005, 10:28 AM   #60
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calipers that require that offset disc and pad... so i think the gti ones.
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So are mine the 27mm or 34mm discs

And the pads are the rounded ones without the little clip jobbies????
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Old 26-08-2005, 01:33 PM   #62
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no idea on offset, get a ruler out.
you should be able to work out which calipers go with your pads from the numerous pictures on this thread.

i dont know, i didn't care to notice.
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Old 10-09-2005, 12:21 AM   #63
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will the calipers fit under 14" alloys?
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Old 10-09-2005, 10:35 AM   #64
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yes they do fit under 14" wheels mate
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Old 10-09-2005, 11:01 AM   #65
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cool, just thought alloys mite have a smaller id than steel wheels
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Old 12-09-2005, 02:05 PM   #66
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Righto, so I bought and fit the 266mm discs and calipers from a 306 Estate. I thought I'd drop a photo essay on here for anyone who is having trouble understanding the fitting process.

When I bought the calipers I also bought the two mounting bolts and the discs and pads. This is to ensure that I had the correct length bolts and that I had discs of the correct offset. I can then look at getting new discs and pads after I'm comfortable everything is operating OK.

Step 1 is obviously to jack up the car and remove the front wheels. I removed all four wheels as I took the opportunity to rotate the tyres while I had the car off the ground.

Step 2 is to unplug the brake pad wear sensor <see pic below>. In my case I left this unplugged as thenew calipers didn't have the sensors anyway.



Step 3 was to undo the brake hose at the brake union <see pic below>. For this I used an 11mm spanner with a pair of vice grips to hold the other end of the line to stop it from spinning.



Step 4 was to remove the caliper mounting bolts <see pic below>. I think this was a 19mm socket on a breaker bar (they're on pretty tight)



Step 5 is to pull the caliper off the disc. This may be tight if the caliper piston is pressing on the disc (just use a screw driver to push the piston back in a bit).

Step 6 is to undo the disc itself. This requires removing the two brake disc securing screws <see pic below>. It is recommended (Haynes) that you may need an impact screwdriver but I was OK with a conventional screwdriver.



Right so they're all off.

I now removed the other end of the brake hose from the original caliper (using a 14mm spanner) and attached it to the new caliper.

Refitting the new discs was pretty straightforward

Step 1 attach the new disc using the original brake disc securing screws.

Note: I used anti-seizing grease on the threads of all screws and bolts when rebuilting the brakes (except the brake hoses). I also smeared a little anti-seize on the face of any metal to metal joints eg caliper to caliper mounts.

Step 2 - attach new calipers to original mounts using new bolts from brake donor vehicle.

Step 3 - attach brake hose to brake union.

Step 4 - bleed brakes

Step 5 - remount wheels, lower car and drive carefully around until comfortable all is OK

For comparison purposes here's an image showing the relative sizes of brakes and calipers from an S1 Rallye (247mm) vs 266mm



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Old 19-09-2005, 12:09 AM   #67
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first of all have enjoyed reading this thread, its nice to have all the info in one place!

secondly i would just like to know if the 206 gti brakes will fit my pug??

i have a series1 106 xs 1360cc with 15" alloys

if they will fit which offset etc do i need please?
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Old 20-09-2005, 12:40 PM   #68
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anyone??

just wanna know if these brakes will fit any 4 stud series1 or if they only fit the rallye?
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Old 08-10-2005, 05:28 PM   #69
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Sow what type of brakes could be used on a ph 1 rallye (1.3i from 1994)?
Wich offset?

sory my english isn't very good, so I don't understand everyting that was said in this tread.
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Old 15-10-2005, 04:16 PM   #70
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i got some gti 180 brakes to fit to my rallye and was just wondering if the bolts that hold the caliper to strut can you use the ones off the rallye
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i got some gti 180 brakes to fit to my rallye and was just wondering if the bolts that hold the caliper to strut can you use the ones off the rallye
no, you need 206 caliper bolts
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Sow what type of brakes could be used on a ph 1 rallye (1.3i from 1994)?
Wich offset?

sory my english isn't very good, so I don't understand everyting that was said in this tread.
206 hdi turbo, 206 gti, 206 gti180, 306 gti-6... the offset depends on which calipers you have.
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first of all have enjoyed reading this thread, its nice to have all the info in one place!

secondly i would just like to know if the 206 gti brakes will fit my pug??

i have a series1 106 xs 1360cc with 15" alloys

if they will fit which offset etc do i need please?
yes they will fit, see my previous reply about the offsets.
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cheers mate looks like its of to pug are all 206 bolts the same or are the ones i need specific to the gti180
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Old 19-11-2005, 10:49 PM   #73
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anyone know the external diameter of the 206 gti hdi 306 xsi calipers?

ta,
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Old 12-12-2005, 10:34 PM   #74
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so i can fit also citroen zx 2.0 16v brakes on my citroen ax gti? ( it is the same as a s1 xsi )

and on the rear axle, i have now drums but will rear brakes of a citroen zx 2.0 16v will fit?

the braking system of the zx is from girling.

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Old 12-12-2005, 10:36 PM   #75
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hey edwin... best bet would be to have a chat with the guys on http://www.axownersclub.com/

they know the AX back to front and would be able to advise ya :]
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guys anyone know if pads with the circle spring clips will fit the straght clip caliper ????
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the circular kinda ending ones are slightly shorter than the ones with square ends, so no. with brakes, cos they are a major safety part of the car, i'd not bodge them !
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i think u miss understand me (cuz of the way i worded it)
There are two types of circular end pads.....
one with hole's in each end of the pad with circle spring clips and the other is the same size but the clips on each end are straght types.... think mark has a pic of the two
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right i want to throw a spanner into the works.

I bought some girling 266mm brakes off a 1.9 405 mi16. Ive spoken to dunc about these and he seemed to think they were the wrong offset and wouldnt fit. How do you find the offset? where do i measure from-too as there doesnt seem to be any stamping on the discs?

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it's the height of the discs, not the offset that is referenced. just put them on a flat surface and measure from the surface up to the highest point of the disc.
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cheers russ. so why is everyone quoting offsets or is that caliper offsets? They were 27mm high. Whats the chances they will fit my s1? I know the definate way to try to find out is try them but i have an exam in 4 days and havent started revsing yet
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Old 07-05-2006, 04:41 PM   #82
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Right I've got some 206 calipers and pads now, can't remember which year 206 gti them came off tho, but from reading this thread, I think I need:

1. 34mm offset discs
2. The round end pads without holes in the ends

There going on my s1, pics below

Can anyone confirm the above, as I want to order new pads and discs ASAP!



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try www.brakesint.com. Also id recommend braided hoses while your at it.

Offsets only come in 2 sizes and iirc the standard s1's are 27.3mm. Trial fit them on that then if they dont fit you know you need the 34.5mm offset

Me and my bro found that with the 206 calipers on the hoses tend to rub against the damper strut and hace taken the paint off mine. The hoses still run freely but its probably worth zip tieing them to the strut. Iv done this but not driven it yet to compare.
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Any chance of an update of the first post to include which calipers and offsets are which with part numbers? Reading through this thread gets quite confusing, with all the different types!

What would I need to do (& buy) for the upgrade of a S2 without having to grind the calipers, for 14" wheels?
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What would I need to do (& buy) for the upgrade of a S2 without having to grind the calipers, for 14" wheels?
same for the s1 please
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aslong as it comes off the same car the caliper offset and disc offset will be okay. My bros hdi calipers had a bit filed off the carrier but the gti ones went straight on. You need the caliper bolts off the car they came off too.

edit well for steels
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RAA! Need more clarification please...

Mark seemed to have it sorted for the S2 - is this the only option available without having to file bits for the S2?

Part numbers would be most useful, maybe I should send a PM

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AFAIK the calipers that take square end pads need a little bit grinded off the carrier but round end pads don't, square end pad calipers take 266x22x34 discs and round end pad calipers take 266x21x27 discs.

So one of the two types of round end pad calipers should bolt straight on without any bother
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My Bosch single bolt calipers took the round ended pads. They needed 266x21x27 discs, and I was able to use the S2 Bolts for them also. Oh and nothing needed grinding off at all!
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Could you tell me which car (exact model and year) that these came from please. This way I'll be able to look up the parts and order the correct bits n bobs. Cheers
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Whats really annoying me about this thread - and is the main reason I read it twice and it just confused me is..

As far as I know the square end pads are 206 hdi calipers, they dont fit straight on without having some grinding done - and are too much hassle

The 206 gti calipers all seem to use rounded pads and 27mm offset discs

Stick with gti stuff rather than hdi stuff and it'll all bolt straight on
You need the bolts from the 206 gti or 106 gti aswell - but these can be bought for 10 from pug
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I can get my hands on 206 GTi 2001 calipers,can any one tell me if this will fit? Don't know which type they are, cause the guy didn't reply yet...

And I don't get it: some of you guys use 27mm offset and some 35mm?

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my 206 gti pads look like this

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my bros HDI pads look like recrudesce's. I really wouldnt worry about the filing. My bro spent 5mins with a file and it was done.

My gti discs used 27mm offset (same as standard so you can try new calipers over standard discs to confirm offset) and HDI calipers use 34mm offset (means they wont go over the mounting lug when offered up to the disc)
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both s1's btw
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On H-Base.nl it says 247X35X20.5 for a brakedisc from a S1 Rallye and you say 27mm ? This is going to confuse me even more.
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On H-Base.nl it says 247X35X20.5 for a brakedisc from a S1 Rallye and you say 27mm ? This is going to confuse me even more.
yea well spotted. Sorry i needed the 27mm for the gti, standard is 34.3 (i think) and the hdi was 34.3 too
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As far as I know the square end pads are 206 hdi calipers, they dont fit straight on without having some grinding done - and are too much hassle

The 206 gti calipers all seem to use rounded pads and 27mm offset discs
No, just to piss things up even more, I took off some brakes off a 2002 206 HDI brakes and they used round-ended pads, exactly the same as my 1999 206 GTi pads. The only difference is that my brakes had one bolt holding the caliper to the carrier and the HDI ones had two.

I don't think it's possibly to have a definitive anything to do with the 266mm conversion. If you find a setup, buy it, make a note of what it came off, measure the disc offset and be prepared to do a bit of modifying if need be.
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Can anyone that's gone from the standard setup with 1144's to the 266 setup with stock pads tell me what the differnce is like? I'm hoping to have at least the same (if not more) initial bite. If they're slightly worse I'll budget for a set 1144's with these (100, eek)
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Short Question; will the calipers of a '00 206GTI fit on a '98 Rallye? It seems there are two different calipers, they used on the 206?
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I have 206 gti calipers from a 2000 reg 206 on my quiksilver and they bolted straight on

So yes
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