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My neighbor gave me a set of brakes off his TT (I have an NA), his 94 mine 93, and I was told by a friend that I could use the TT rear brakes on my NA. Is this true? If it is true, then what is the difference between TT and NA? Just a different type/size of pad? Or do TT's have a stronger hydraulic system to press the brakes harder?

Please educate me ;-)

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TT brakes (front and rear) bolt right on to the NA Supra. All you need to do are:

1. get a set of wheel that's 17+ inches
2. remove the backing plates for the rotors

Of course you will use the TT rotors. And while you are at it, you might as well put a set of SS lines. I have a set of TT brakes on my NA->TT Supra. I didn't change the hydraulics on my NA.

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