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I will have one done in a few weeks.
 

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1jz-power said:
ok im just wondering what company makes a 4 pot caliper up grade kit for the mkiii cars? :dunno:
AP racing 13.2"(?) rotors from KVR, Brembo gran turismo kit for mkiv (14.1 rotors) using Precision Brakes bracket.
 

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Stock Mk3:
1-peice 11.9 X 0.9" front rotors, single-piston calipers
1-peice 11.5 X 0.7" rear rotors, single-piston calipers

Rotora:
2-peice 13.0* X 1.2" front rotor, 4-pot caliper $1590 (MVP group buy) $1700 regular
*= 13.2"?

NightPager:
MKIV tt front rotors (1-peice 12.7X1.2"), 4-pot Nissan 300Zx calipers

Fastbrakes:
13.0 X 0.8" front rotor (1.0 and 1.25" thicknesses available) Wilwood 4 piston standard, 6 piston optional $1,849.00 and up

Precision brakes:
same as above except $1,399.00 and up

Brembo:
2-peice 13.1 X 1.26" front rotors Brembo/F40 4 piston fixed caliper $2699.00

Jim King BBK:
2-peice 13.0 X 1.25" front rotors, Wilwood 4 or 6 pot calipers

Stock MKIV tt:
12.7 X 1.2" front
12.8 X 0.6" rear
(Front is very difficult to retrofit, rear can be done with little work.)

Stock 300ZX tt:
11.0 X 1.2" front, 4-pot calipers (aluminum on 1990-1992.5 TT's, and iron on 1993-1996 TT's)
11.7 X ? rear
 

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jt2ma71 said:
AP racing 13.2"(?) rotors from KVR, Brembo gran turismo kit for mkiv (14.1 rotors) using Precision Brakes bracket.
Like he said.

AP racing/KVR rotors and Brembo are the top dawgs out there if you have the funds for them.

13.5 Ron ;)

Duane
 

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Depends on your budget...

Precision is the best bang for the buck, 935 has the best price of course.
 
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i have the endless 13.8 6 piston kit on mine and had the 4 piston on before
 
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