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Just wanted to share, got the front and rear done. Yes they are orange, custom color.

14" front rotors with 6-Piston W6A (Enjuku Kit, same as before with new color caliper).

The Front Wilwood kit will be a 14" front rotor with the 6-piston Forged Superlite.

13" rear rotors with 4 piston Forged Superlite calipers, works with OEM parking brake.

They should have it ready within the next two months.

 

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That was taken with my phone, I will get nicer ones this weekend, had a hell of a week with two oral surgeries.
 

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I will try to get some estimated Pricing, but going off of the 370Z 14" brake package, the front will be retail $1926.39
 

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For those looking for an upgrade, they are also lighter that OEM and OEM Brembo's. 14" rotor weighs under 20 pounds with the hat. Caliper weighs about 5.5 pounds.
 

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These look pretty nice, Wilwood has been around for a while and make great products. How do you like them compared to the base brakes?
 

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Over the Base brakes, it is a huge improvement. Pedal feel is same, does not require more travel, but car stops much more efficient. Parking brake works like OEM.

I will get closer pics this weekend. Off to a rugby game
 

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can we put 14" rotors on the front if you already have the stock brembo's? they are 13.4" stock…. dunno if its a stu[id question.
 

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Usually that is not possible as the caliper would need to come up over 0.5" to support the height of the larger rotor. This means a custom bracket would be needed.

Also the inside radius of the OEM Brembo may not support the high of a diameter. This means the top of the rotor could hit the inside of the caliper.
 

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Sorry for the delay, if you were at the last 805 meet you got to see them in person. Here are some closer pictures.



 

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Those are so sexy. I'm trying to save up for OEM Brembos. There's no way in hell I'll ever be able to afford an aftermarket BBK T_T
 

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How much are OEM Brembo's going for?
 

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$1000ish

I'm talking used off a wreck on eBay or a hookup if you know someone. I know a guy up here that got his out of the junkyard for $750, calipers, pads, rotors and dustshields.
 

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$1000ish

I'm talking used off a wreck on eBay or a hookup if you know someone. I know a guy up here that got his out of the junkyard for $750, calipers, pads, rotors and dustshields.
Yeah I got mine with slotted rotors and almost new lads for 800 on Craigslist


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