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Corvette C6 brake rotors.

I have a interesting qusetion for all of the GM experts out there. I have an interesting idea. Would it be at all possiable to get C6 break calipers and rotors to fit a 04 gto? do they have the same bolt pattern? and would they even fit in the wheel i upgraded to aftermarket 18's. Im not affrade of alittle work to get them to work.
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Are you talking about base C6 or the C6 Z06?



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I doubt it. If the 05/06 brakes are bigger then the 04s, I'm sure the C6 is also. Bad question...

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This might give you a better idea

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That kinda helped. But I would like to get my hands dirty and piece the kit together from smashed up corvette or something. I really dont feel like spending 4g's on stoping lol.
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