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#55083
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 4 Years ago Karma: 1
I let u no when I drive it lol it has 325 35 20 on the back and 275 35 19 on the front it is a Lamborghini replica mate
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#55084
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 4 Years ago Karma: 1
I let u no when I drive it lol it has 325 35 20 on the back and 275 35 19 on the front it is a Lamborghini replica mate
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#61636
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 3 Years, 5 Months ago Karma: 1
HI is Gaz still making these brackets? I would love to get my hands on a set......
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#66153
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi, I have been pointed in your direction about the brackets needed for a big brake conversion. Are you still on here and are you still making them? If so how much for a set (front and back?
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#66157
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 14
Hi chaps, yes I'm still about!

I still do the kits, I've actually got just one set left in stock at the moment. They're £150 for all 4 brackets, all mounting hardware, and fitting instructions. Price includes postage within the UK, but will be slightly more to send to the republic of Ireland
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#66158
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
ive sent you a pm, thanks
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#66559
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 10 Months ago Karma: 0
Hi
Are you still doing these?
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#68623
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago  
Same question, are you still doing the brackets ?
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#68625
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 14
Yes guys, still do these.

I've actually got an order with the machine shop to be collected this coming Wednesday, so if you want some get in quick!
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#68627
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 25
Any idea if any other Nissan calipers fit apart from 200SX, 300ZX and R33? 180SX for example, they'd be more common in Ireland to be honest.
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#68629
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 25
Any idea if any other Nissan calipers fit apart from 200SX, 300ZX and R33? 180SX for example, they'd be more common in Ireland to be honest.
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#68635
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 14
I don't I'm afraid, I'd doubt it to be honest.
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#68659
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago  
GazRev1Tubby wrote:
Yes guys, still do these.

I've actually got an order with the machine shop to be collected this coming Wednesday, so if you want some get in quick!


Ok, so if I would like to take a complete kit, front and rear, what would be the price to France ? Is the kit include the ring to center the disk and all these little things ?
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#68661
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 14
I'm guessing that shipping to France will be about £20 on top. I don't do the ring to centre the disc any moreasas in my experience, it's not necessary. The rear disc centres itself once fitted. I can however, include a spigot ring in plastic, if youaare concernedalalthough I can assure you they're not necessary.

I've sold loads of these kits, and no one has needed to use anything to reduce the bore size of the made discs on the rear.

Due to the rings basically being obsolete, I stopped having them machined to reduce costs to the end user
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#68673
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago  
The difference between RX-8 front and MR2 rear is 72.0mm against 62.0mm, so I think that's preferable to have a ring to properly center the disk.
So, for 2 pairs of brackets (1 front and 1 rear), and 2 rings to center the rear disks, to France, what would be the final price ?
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#68687
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 14
I'm guessing that shipping to France will be about £20 on top. I don't do the ring to centre the disc any moreasas in my experience, it's not necessary. The rear disc centres itself once fitted. I can however, include a spigot ring in plastic, if youaare concernedalalthough I can assure you they're not necessary.

I've sold loads of these kits, and no one has needed to use anything to reduce the bore size of the made discs on the rear.

Due to the rings basically being obsolete, I stopped having them machined to reduce costs to the end user
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#68689
Re: Gaz's mk2 big brake upgrade 2 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 14
I'm guessing that shipping to France will be about £20 on top. I don't do the ring to centre the disc any moreasas in my experience, it's not necessary. The rear disc centres itself once fitted. I can however, include a spigot ring in plastic, if youaare concernedalalthough I can assure you they're not necessary.

I've sold loads of these kits, and no one has needed to use anything to reduce the bore size of the made discs on the rear.

Due to the rings basically being obsolete, I stopped having them machined to reduce costs to the end user
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