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If "they" already upgraded the calipers and rotors..

..I think it's safe to assume the rotors are already upgraded??

A little more detail might be helpful in this case. ;)

well i have not bought the rotors yet that is y I am asking should I or can I upgrade to bigger rotors??

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What is the need for upgrading if it's already upgraded I'm saying.

You said "they" (I'm assuming is a pronoun for the previous owner) already upgraded the calipers and rotors...

Are you wanting to upgrade even further?

Like Supra brakes? Or 2nd gen Brakes?

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What is the need for upgrading if it's already upgraded I'm saying.

You said "they" (I'm assuming is a pronoun for the previous owner) already upgraded the calipers and rotors...

Are you wanting to upgrade even further?

Like Supra brakes? Or 2nd gen Brakes?

Sorry when I said they, I meant they upgraded they lexus model in 1993-1994 braking system.I brought they 1993- 1994 calipers dual piston but reading further in that upgrade for that year they also upgraded the rotors bigger rotors.What i am saying is will the 1993-1994 rotors fit my year 1992 as well??

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What is the need for upgrading if it's already upgraded I'm saying.

You said "they" (I'm assuming is a pronoun for the previous owner) already upgraded the calipers and rotors...

Are you wanting to upgrade even further?

Like Supra brakes? Or 2nd gen Brakes?

Sorry when I said they, I meant they upgraded they lexus model in 1993-1994 braking system.I brought they 1993- 1994 calipers dual piston but reading further in that upgrade for that year they also upgraded the rotors bigger rotors.What i am saying is will the 1993-1994 rotors fit my year 1992 as well??

yes, you can use the 93-94 rotors to complete your minor brake upgrade.

the difference, however, will be minimal. most in search of improved braking performance upgrade to the 95-00 LS400 calipers/rotors since they are HUGE and 4piston lightweight aluminum calipers. to do that swap you need 95+ caliper, pads, rotors, and lower ball joints, as well as wheels that wil fit over the larger calipers.

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What is the need for upgrading if it's already upgraded I'm saying.

You said "they" (I'm assuming is a pronoun for the previous owner) already upgraded the calipers and rotors...

Are you wanting to upgrade even further?

Like Supra brakes? Or 2nd gen Brakes?

Sorry when I said they, I meant they upgraded they lexus model in 1993-1994 braking system.I brought they 1993- 1994 calipers dual piston but reading further in that upgrade for that year they also upgraded the rotors bigger rotors.What i am saying is will the 1993-1994 rotors fit my year 1992 as well??

yes, you can use the 93-94 rotors to complete your minor brake upgrade.

the difference, however, will be minimal. most in search of improved braking performance upgrade to the 95-00 LS400 calipers/rotors since they are HUGE and 4piston lightweight aluminum calipers. to do that swap you need 95+ caliper, pads, rotors, and lower ball joints, as well as wheels that wil fit over the larger calipers.

COOL THANKS A LOT FOR THE INFO, I AM RUNNING ON MY CAR NOW 20 WHEELS SO THAT SHOULD BE FINE

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Oh that's what you're doing????? Changing to the 93-94 brake would be a waste of resources IMHO. Not very much of an upgrade.

You should go with the 95-00 brake system.

There is a Supra TT front brake upgrade for $899.00 here.

http://luxurymods.com/index.asp?PageAction...&ProdID=542

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