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  1. Porsche 5x130 brakes on a VW UP 2016 
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    Is it possible to fit upgraded brakes with 5x130 in the front of a VW UP 2016 ?

    If so are there any parts/kits available , or is this just crazy thinking?
     
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    So you would need to change the hubs to the 130 pcd, not sure why you want to do this ? Have you made the car so much faster or racing it, that it needs bigger brakes. Crazy thinking imo.
     
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