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Old September 24th, 2019, 10:40 PM   #1
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02 Viper rear brake options to fit CCW Drag Pack

Hey guys,

So I need to get some info on what people are switching to. I read on driveviper someone used the front gen 2 brakes on the rear to fit the 16" CCW drag pack.

As you know the 02 GTS has ABS and the CCW drag pack will not fit over the bolt.

I have a pretty awesome setup on these CCW's so I would like to make them work, and do it the cheapest way possible because I am already spending a ton on other parts.

Any advice would be appreciated!
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I'm not certain which "bolt" you are referring to, but I have hear many references to CCW clearance issues that were solved by some relatively minor grinding at, or near the banjo bolt at the fluid inlet.
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I'm not certain which "bolt" you are referring to, but I have hear many references to CCW clearance issues that were solved by some relatively minor grinding at, or near the banjo bolt at the fluid inlet.
The banjo bolt is what I'm referring to. And even if you cut the entire head off it still rubs. Badly. I need someone who has made this work to chime in and give me some advice cause from the looks of it the abs needs to be altered significantly to make this work.
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Wheel spacers, longer studs, and grind the banjo bolt.
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I have a 17 inch ccw drag pack and they work great
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I have a 17 inch ccw drag pack and they work great
You bastard haha I got the 16" to work. Modified brake line and banjo bolt.
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