Possibly......it's the caliper size/shape that causes the clearance problems, especially with 4-pot calipers. The Abbott kit uses the 2-pot calipers from the 9-5 Aero to achieve the clearance...just...on the 16" Aero wheels.
The problem with the Super Aero wheels is that the spokes tuck-in to the rim, to give a deep dish. This obviously reduces caliper clearance considerably as there is little room "inside" the wheel. Ideally any big-brake upgrade stipulates that you have a wheel with a fronted design that leaves plenty of space inside the rim width.
The Godspeed standard kits (which use either Volvo or Princess 4 pots) won't fit due to the thickness of the caliper.
There is a chance that Wilwood calipers may fit as some of these are much less bulky, though considerably more expensive.
The c900 has a much better chance of fitting 4 pots behind the standard wheel as the disk can be moved inboard a good 20mm with the appropiate bell, the 9000 doesn't have this clearance between the back of the disk and the bottom ball joint.
That's the reason I've bought some 17" wheels, which I'll be fitting if my Aero ever stays on the road long enough to wear out the existing 16" tyres
I know these particular wheels will accommodate the AP brakes. I like the "sleeper" look too, and thought long and hard about the 17" wheels. I also thought about the 9-5 Aero wheels with Speedparts adapters, but I couldn't afford them.