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Yes...they are different. The NA brakes have 2 piston sliding calipers, the TT brakes are 4 piston no sliding. The swipe area is different between the two as is rotor diameter. The NA rotor is actually thicker than the TT rotor. I swapped up to TT front brakes on my NA-TT car...night and day difference. I also recommend upgrading to stainless lines...I now feel safe in my car knowing I have the WHOA to match the GO.
Here's the parts before installation...

And after...

I just slammed a set of EBC pads in the rear NA set up and my brakes kick ass. I don't recommend pad slapping the EBC pads...they'll squeal like a stuck pig. Great investment...made me much more confident with my car's abilities.

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Swing on deezz!!!
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Calipers, backing plates, and hardware are stock Toyota replacments (I have a hook up :bigthumb: ). The rotors are TRD Japan, and the pads are EBC green stuff. The brake lines are actually Russell units.

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Swing on deezz!!!
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Yes...they are. Although from what I've read...there's little improvement between the two...and you can't run 15's on the TT rears. My car stops like I expected a TT car to...really F-n well. Very confindece inspiring these days. From what I've read, there's little to no difference in performance between the two in the rear...It's the fronts that need serious help. (I concur)

Mark
 
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