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I'm mostly interested in replacing the rear brakes on the Ti, although the 6 pots on the front of the QV are superb. The rear brakes on the Ti look pitiful. I'm aware I might have to replace the spindles. I did this on a Mercedes SL with the big AMG brakes from a SL63 and it worked great.
 

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I'm mostly interested in replacing the rear brakes on the Ti, although the 6 pots on the front of the QV are superb. The rear brakes on the Ti look pitiful. I'm aware I might have to replace the spindles. I did this on a Mercedes SL with the big AMG brakes from a SL63 and it worked great.
If it's looks you're after, then it's a different story (I totally understand the looks argument).
 

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I'm mostly interested in replacing the rear brakes on the Ti, although the 6 pots on the front of the QV are superb. The rear brakes on the Ti look pitiful. I'm aware I might have to replace the spindles. I did this on a Mercedes SL with the big AMG brakes from a SL63 and it worked great.
You're not worried about issues with brake bias? I would think the e-brake system on the Giulia would need to be reprogrammed to deal with this.
 

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