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IIRC, the boltspacing is different. You could make up an adaptor (maybe, I'd have to look at it) but I'm not sure if it would do any good.
 

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For those who upgraded their front brakes to TT brakes. I imagine to relocate the NA front (2 pistons) to the rear (1 piston) would give you an equivalent performance to the TT rear brakes ( 2 opposing pistons). Just a thought. If it can be done, that's a good upgrade since we already have the calipers and we can use slicks in the future if needed because the rotors are smaller than the TT.
 

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say goodbye to your ebrake if you get it done..

but really. the fronts do 85% of the braking anyway. Unless youre doing some sort of road race/auto-x it really wouldnt be worth the effort. Rear TT brakes dont go for too much in either case and those can be installed in under an hour if you know what youre doing. Also, youll be able to retain the use of the ebrake. Dont forget the ebrake drum is part of the rear rotor.
 
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