If I understand correctly, you don't really want to go bigger on the disc... just upgrade your calipers so you don't have to use ridiculously small pads.I still want to keep the 4 lug 14" rallye wheels on my 82 Turismo. Looking at putting on the 4 lug shelby brakes or is there another alternative like the older minivan calipers that'll work?
1985 was the last year for 4 lug wheels on all cars/minivans except NA L-bodies.Too bad you want to keep the 14" wheels, you see if there is a set of 10.25" front rotors and use the calipers and mounting brackets from the Pre-90's Minivans. Which I do not know what the size of rotors that were used on the 84 SC. But the rear drums is what I was referring to, I am uncertain on the front.
any G body, minivan, EEK, or HD K-car (like a wagon) should have the 220 mm rear drums which will be a bolt on replacement for the 200mm rear drums original on the non-GLH/SC L-bodiesIf you could find the drum setup from an 84 Daytona Turbo Z, it should work since they had the 15" pizza wheels with 4 lugs. But I am not certain. I am thinking that they are 220mm
Really? hmm. good to know.And if that is the case, the 5 lug and 4 lug backing plate are the same, it is just the "spindle" that would need to be changed.