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Old 02-01-2009, 09:36 PM
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These 14" 370Z kits are now ready for 03-08 350Z, 03-07 G35 Coupes, and 03-06 G35 Sedans. Brackets have been tested, and they fit perfect. Stock Brake Lines, or upgraded SS lines will work on these systems. More options for Rotors and Pads as they become available. For those guys who are planning on painting their calipers a different color, it's cheaper to buy the Infiniti Rear Setup, same calipers, just cheaper for some reason: Akebono Infiniti Setup

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Old 02-01-2009, 09:57 PM
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This is awesome! Can anyone give an objective comparison of this kit to a Stoptech kit? This kit is about half the price so even if it comes close that's pretty cool.
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Originally Posted by mthreat View Post
This is awesome! Can anyone give an objective comparison of this kit to a Stoptech kit? This kit is about half the price so even if it comes close that's pretty cool.
We are actually going to be tracking a Akebono setup on a 350Z in a few weeks here, so we'll see how well they hold up to Stotpech and other Big Brake Kits.
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If these hold up decently at the track, this is the setup I'll be getting...

when you guys test this, are you gonna post the results in this thread or make a new one in the "Brakes and Suspension" forum?

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Originally Posted by warmmilk View Post
If these hold up decently at the track, this is the setup I'll be getting...

when you guys test this, are you gonna post the results in this thread or make a new one in the "Brakes and Suspension" forum?
Within 1-2 weeks here, we'll have more details then.

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also, will these fit behind stock 18's?
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Originally Posted by warmmilk View Post
also, will these fit behind stock 18's?
It fit behind the 18" Touring wheels no problem.

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what about the non touring?

and while i'm peskering you about that, what about enkei rpf1's 18x9.5+15? (wheels i'm gonna get when my tires on the stockers wear out)
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great pricing on this... was wondering where the kit would fall at.
gotta love a good economy of scale. hopefully this proves worthy.
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Originally Posted by warmmilk View Post
what about the non touring?

and while i'm peskering you about that, what about enkei rpf1's 18x9.5+15? (wheels i'm gonna get when my tires on the stockers wear out)
I'm not sure, we only tested it on a Touring Model.
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I'm excited to see the results on this!
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can you get crossed drilled or powersloted rotors instead??
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Originally Posted by 350z2go View Post
can you get crossed drilled or powersloted rotors instead??
I haven't see anything on the market yet, but they are coming soon. We will have 2pc rotors ready here in about 2 weeks

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I hope to see some detailed data.
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wow, looks nice!
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I just noticed there aren't any adaptor plates pictured for the rear, are they not required?
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Originally Posted by warmmilk View Post
I just noticed there aren't any adaptor plates pictured for the rear, are they not required?
Direct Bolt on for the rear

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I'm interested in the comparisons as well. Are these better than the stock brembos?
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Originally Posted by TechnoBotz View Post
I'm interested in the comparisons as well. Are these better than the stock brembos?
+1...thats the same question I am hoping someone will answer!
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nice setup
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