Without actually having tried or known anyone who has I am going to say no mainly due to the fact that the caliper brackets would most likely not fit as well as many other factors.I realise that this might sound pretty whack but is it not possible to use newer model lancer brakes on older models for an upgrade? For example using CJ brakes on a CE.
just to note on your spreadsheetYup, thats in the spreadsheet already.
But yeah, i would also assume they are 160mm spacing too.
Regarding the wheels yeah, but I'm kinda putting it on the safe side in case someone just happens to have that wheel size that wont work. I put a note about it I believe in the wheel size cell.just to note on your spreadsheet
ec5w legnum / ec5a galant VR4 (prefacelift) 96-98 will give you 5x114.3 294mm discs and twin pots to suit. same caliper as FTO but with larger brackets. you've noted them as 276mm.
most 16" 5x114.3 wheels will clear 294mm brakes too.
The proportioning valve is seperate to the master cylinder and can be found on the firewall. The CE and FTO proportioning valves are identical so there is no benefit to swapping valves.yea that's the plan ..... I am considering testing a different proportioning valve from something WITH rear discs IE proton Satria provided they don't have it built into the master cylinder and I can find one as up here in Newcastle we don't have much that isn't a commodore or falcon. or typically newer than 2010 on. and I hate to travel if I don't need to especially at the moment. Also, there is a billion pages of information of what does and doesn't fit the FRONT what about how to adapt to REAR discs outside of CC GSR/E1-3 and proton. Is it like with the front? Does CG/CH hubs etc NOT fit the rear as well? and WHAT is required to make it work?
edit: Actually that's another thought .......... as I am fairly certain the proportioning IS built into our master cylinder would swapping to one from the same vehicle as the brakes (despite being the same size) allow for better proportioning? assuming I don't like what I end up with