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    Evo Brembos

    Does anyone still run evo brembos on their s14? What combination of disks and brackets are people using and which evolution are the brembos off?


    I know there are plenty of threads about this on here but most seem to run the old dbpower brackets which I donít think are an option anymore.
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    Not sure if it helps but im running these with 350z Brembos on my 14A

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    Was looking at the 350z brembos but they seem expensive. Looking at evo 5/6/7 etc callipers with evo 10 disks meaning it’s a 350mm setup
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    Alpha Omega brackets, Evo 5-9 brembos, evo 10 350x32mm brake discs for fronts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike41288 View Post
    Alpha Omega brackets, Evo 5-9 brembos, evo 10 350x32mm brake discs for fronts.

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    That’s what I was looking at, not sure if ksports would be a better option though... those conversion brackets aren’t cheap.
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    They are expensive but they are also ridiculously high quality. I've actually got an unused db power kit with the 345mm discs, but I want to put the best stuff I can on my car so I got the Alpha Omega brackets and ordered the Evo 10 discs. As I understand it, the 345mm discs are harder to replace as they need to be re drilled to fit Nissan stud patterns.
    I wanted to use OEM brakes on my car because I knew that parts would be easy to source, from brake pads to rebuild kits. Nothing worse than needing to replace something but you've got no idea where the original part is from or the part is discontinued.

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    If you want to sell your dB kit I might be interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    If you want to sell your dB kit I might be interested.
    I'll try and find it and get back to you

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    I'v got a pair of Evo Brembo rear calipers and pads I'd sell if anyone's interested, £60 delivered.

    Z1motorsports.com do kit's or brackets for Nissan/Akebono 370z calipers.
    Worth a look.

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