So this is more of a share of how I did Cobra brakes on the front of my 01. As far as the parts, you need: Cobra 13' in. rotors, Cobra front calipers, Cobra front caliper brackets w/ hardware, and Cobra pads. The swap is very straight-forward. Factory V6/GT rotors come off, Cobra rotors go on. Swap caliper brackets in same fashion. The calipers swap on the same well as well, the front brake hoses are the same between V6/GT/Cobra. Bleed brakes and thats pretty much it. So then its mainly down to locating the parts. I for one am not a fan of spending $600+ for factory brakes from AM or LRS, etc. Next option is to find the parts off a Cobra donor car, although pricing varies between owners and where you get the parts. Drawback with that option for me, I don't want to put used brakes on my car. Third option. Napa Auto Parts (I hate Autozone/Oreillys). I bought new rotors and pads from them as well as re-manufactured calipers for a Cobra. They are available with the bracket that you need. After I brought my core V6/GT calipers back, I had $300 into my Cobra brake conversion. Half of what you would spend through LRS or similar and without putting used parts on. Only thing about the reman stuff that sucks is the calipers are not always the same looking. They are both Napa brand reman units though. The passenger caliper had a really cool engraved PBR logo that I couldn't get on the other side. Napa Stuff Some paint V6/GT Brakes w/ wheel No wheel (other side) Cobra stuff W/ Wheel Hopefully this helps someone, or at least gives another option to put Cobra brakes on your ride.