Hey guys, a brief overview of the upgrade it uses pretty much stock Chevette brake rotors as well as 1990 vw corrado rotors. We will start with the "hub", the hub is a stock Chevette brake rotor/hub assy that you cut the rotor off of. The head of the hub will have to be turned down to fit inside the corrado rotor hat, i strongly recommend you press in the new wheel studs prior to turning down the head, one of my rotors cracked while the studs were going in but it was defective because the next to rotors took a third of the time and was smooth sailing.
Stock Chevette rotor on the right, corrado rotor mounted to the turned down hub left The wheel studs needed were toyota m12x1.5 and will accommodate the new floating rotor design.
So a quick rundown of a parts list: Inner bearing set Outer bearing set Grease seal (front) Stock Chevette rotors 1990 VW Corrado rotors 120-6806 wilwood dynalite calipers Wilwood pad set (1st street compound rec'd) 1/8-27 male to 3/16th female adapters 1966 VW beetle rubber brake lines Toyota lug studs 1/2x4x8 aluminum block to fab caliper brackets
You don't have any videos of the work by chance? I'm looking at that parts list and might try and cross reference it with a complete Wilwood or similar companies p/n. I don't doubt that all that would work. Some people won't mind dropping a lot more money on aftermarket stuff made for those same cars to do the same, but keeping it all the same name(WW/Baer/etc.)
Oh, I just found this forum to try and find possible info on my Chevette I'm about to stuff an old GN engine and do A LOT of other work to. Suspension/Interior/Engine/Tranny and what not. Pretty much the entire car. First day on the job here.