Originally Posted by yakev724
Thanks for messaging, at least now we have an answer.
Too bad it's not a simple bracket adapter for the rear; I'm sure we'd have them on the market by now if it was that simple.
OP, If you decide to go 335 (which I recommend, they're more powerful than 135 or performance), you'll need the 335 e-brake assembly for the rear as your current one won't work with the larger rear rotors.
So in converting to the 335 e-brake assembly, does also require 335 hub carriers, bushings and bearings? That's some expensive cheddar just for an e-brake.