Welcome to the SR20 Community Forum - The Dash.
Page 1 of 6 12345 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 40 of 214
  1. #1
    Addicted to boost now!
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Costa Rica
    Posts: 364
    Feedback Score: 0

    Lightbulb **Z32 Calipers in a B13**

    Hi

    I finally got this brake conversion done into my B13. I found bits of info on this forum that gave me a clue on how to do this. Now writing this thread, I want to make everything easier for you guys.

    So, this is the car:



    And this is the part list:

    Z32 calipers: (duh!)
    I highly recommend to get the ones from the 1990 N/A 300zx, as they fit better in our little cars, and they wont need a massively thick rotor.

    U13 Altima brake rotors:
    They have the same diameter as the Z32 rotor (280mm), its a little bit thinner though (22mm vs the 26mm of the N/A Z)

    U13 Altima master cylinder:
    It will be helpful, considering you have in one single wheel, the same amount of pistons you had in the whole car before lol

    And this is the heart of the project, nothing makes sense, and nothing will fit on your car, unless you have this:

    B15 Sentra Steering knuckle and hubs:
    Yes, this means your front wheels will be now 114x4. But the Z32 caliper and Altima rotors will fit, right in. No adapter plates, no custom job. But most of the aftermaket wheels have 100x4 and 114x4, as my enkeis.

    Optional parts:
    This depends on the wheels you are using, due to spoke design of my wheels, I had to run spacers now.

    Unfortunately, is not that easy, while bolting everything in, we found that due to the B15 knuckle, the rotor needs to be reduced in diameter 4 milimeters, or otherwise it will hit the caliper. So you have to take the rotors to a machine shop before bolting everything in.

    I think is a good bang for the buck conversion, considering the ridiculous price out there for 4 piston brake kits. I will post some pics of the final results right now.
    1992 red 300ZX N/A
    1991 black Turbo SE-R :D
    Built SR20VE-T, Tubular manifold, SC6262SP, Tial 38mm WG, Calum RT, 740cc DW injectors, SR16 cams, 3" JEGS cutout, LC-1 wideband, Z32 MAF, P11 tranny, Z32 brake conversion, Stillen body kit.

  2. #2
    Addicted to boost now!
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Costa Rica
    Posts: 364
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    All right, I got the pics, feel free to ask any question.








    Im currently running 16" wheels, I see there is a lot of space. I might have to try test fitting some 15"s .... That would be great so I can use some descent slicks.
    1992 red 300ZX N/A
    1991 black Turbo SE-R :D
    Built SR20VE-T, Tubular manifold, SC6262SP, Tial 38mm WG, Calum RT, 740cc DW injectors, SR16 cams, 3" JEGS cutout, LC-1 wideband, Z32 MAF, P11 tranny, Z32 brake conversion, Stillen body kit.

  3. #3
    Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2008
    Posts: 90
    Feedback Score: 1 (100%)

    Default

    Any rear brake upgrade options like the Z32 two pot calipers?

  4. #4
    Boosted Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: SouTh FloRida
    Posts: 1,704
    Feedback Score: 10 (100%)

    Default

    back from the past,


    More people need to do this swap.

    I think its a good bang for the buck if your runing a 4 lug universal rim.
    1991 Sentra SE-R VE-T
    1995 200sx SE-R DE - For sale
    2003.5 G35 Sedan

  5. #5
    Addicted to boost now!
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Costa Rica
    Posts: 364
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    I just wanted to add about the brake bias on this setup, on the other forums there were some concerns about that, a guy made some calculations and he came up that this set up might give more rear bias so it wont work.

    But I re-checked his calculations, and did my calculations, he was using a wrong piston diameter size.

    Stock SE-R brakes:

    Piston area = PI (r^2)
    Brake surface = 3.14 (22.5^2) x 2 = 3180.86
    Brake surface = 3180.86

    On Z32 brakes:

    Piston area = PI (r^2)
    Brake surface = 3.14 (20.25^2) x 4 = 5153
    Brake surface = 5153

    So you have around 62% more braking power on the front than a stock SE-R, you also have more mechanical force with the bigger diameter rotors, as well as better resistance to get the heat up the brakes, since you got more material on the bigger and thicker rotor and a bigger caliper helping with the heat distribution.
    1992 red 300ZX N/A
    1991 black Turbo SE-R :D
    Built SR20VE-T, Tubular manifold, SC6262SP, Tial 38mm WG, Calum RT, 740cc DW injectors, SR16 cams, 3" JEGS cutout, LC-1 wideband, Z32 MAF, P11 tranny, Z32 brake conversion, Stillen body kit.

  6. #6
    papi
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2008
    Location: Jersey
    Posts: 189
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    Can u run a Z32 rotor rather than an U13 Altima rotor?

    nd if so how much custom work is involved?

    what U13 master cylinder? of a SE?
    Last edited by SeR i0us B13; 06-25-08 at 06:36 PM.
    -Keith A.K.A. The Goat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashtonswife View Post
    heres a pic of my butt for you seriousb13
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...ghann/butt.jpg
    BLACK 1991 Nissan Sentra Se-R *Sold* :cry:

    BLACK Sand Pearl 2007 Scion TC: Daily Driver *Boosted*

    • SR20 Love

  7. #7
    Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Posts: 709
    Feedback Score: 14 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by SeR i0us B13 View Post
    Can u run a Z32 rotor rather than an U13 Altima rotor?

    nd if so how much custom work is involved?

    what U13 master cylinder? of a SE?
    I believe the Z32 rotor is slighty bigger but your main issue would be the fact that the z32 rotors knucles and hubs are very different since the z32 it's a RWD car. Plus you'll have to use 2 different kinds of size of wheels one for the 5 hole application and the other one for the 4 hole.

    This explains the reason why people use the altima or the B15 parts.
    If you ain't 1st you're last!

  8. #8
    retired...
    User Info
    Join Date: May 2008
    Posts: 2,649
    Feedback Score: 31 (100%)

    Default

    i have 2 b15 spec-v knuckles with hubs and bearings... will the b13 axle work with this setup? Bolt right up?

  9. #9
    papi
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2008
    Location: Jersey
    Posts: 189
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    oh ok thank you
    -Keith A.K.A. The Goat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashtonswife View Post
    heres a pic of my butt for you seriousb13
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...ghann/butt.jpg
    BLACK 1991 Nissan Sentra Se-R *Sold* :cry:

    BLACK Sand Pearl 2007 Scion TC: Daily Driver *Boosted*

    • SR20 Love

  10. #10
    Learning in progress
    User Info
    Join Date: Mar 2008
    Location: new jersey
    Posts: 782
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    By any chance did you weight this setup vs the nx setup? I love the look im considering of doing this with my car but i don't want to put more rotation weight for less hp to the wheels..

  11. #11
    Addicted to boost now!
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Costa Rica
    Posts: 364
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    Get the aluminum 26mm ones, not the cast iron calipers. The 26mm ones are barely heavier than the NX calipers. The rotors are also just a lil bit heavier, since the NX rotors are not light cause they are super thick.
    1992 red 300ZX N/A
    1991 black Turbo SE-R :D
    Built SR20VE-T, Tubular manifold, SC6262SP, Tial 38mm WG, Calum RT, 740cc DW injectors, SR16 cams, 3" JEGS cutout, LC-1 wideband, Z32 MAF, P11 tranny, Z32 brake conversion, Stillen body kit.

  12. #12
    papi
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2008
    Location: Jersey
    Posts: 189
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagato View Post
    Get the aluminum 26mm ones, not the cast iron calipers. The 26mm ones are barely heavier than the NX calipers. The rotors are also just a lil bit heavier, since the NX rotors are not light cause they are super thick.
    i couldnt find aluminum, but i did find metal calipers
    -Keith A.K.A. The Goat

    Quote Originally Posted by Ashtonswife View Post
    heres a pic of my butt for you seriousb13
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...ghann/butt.jpg
    BLACK 1991 Nissan Sentra Se-R *Sold* :cry:

    BLACK Sand Pearl 2007 Scion TC: Daily Driver *Boosted*

    • SR20 Love

  13. #13
    Sr20det B12 to be
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Kimberley ZA
    Posts: 639
    Feedback Score: 2 (100%)

    Default

    cant believe it. 2wks ago when i got mine off ebay there were 4 other sets now there nothing
    1990 B12 MKII undergoing Sr20DET conversion, one day
    http://www.sr20-forum.com/showthread.php?t=342 clickey clickey

    Quote Originally Posted by 91grayDET View Post
    There are 2 types of asses in this world i like to look at, Hot chicks and Skylines.
    Whats so bad about turbo lag? It gives u a chance to wave at the guy next to u b4 u take off :)

  14. #14
    SR20VETeran
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Copperas Cove, Tx
    Posts: 9,349
    Feedback Score: 13 (100%)

    Default

    thanks for the great info, i think ill be doin this setup for my race car. Sweet info
    1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R - Fully Built SR20VE, BWS400SX Billet 67mm and much more
    JMS Racing tuned to 716whp, 423wtq at 29psi
    10.5 @ 149.2mph to date I believe the fastest trap speed SE-R, Much more to come with some changes!

  15. #15
    Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Jul 2008
    Posts: 860
    Feedback Score: 5 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by ashtonsser View Post
    thanks for the great info, i think ill be doin this setup for my race car. Sweet info
    for those who want 4x114.3 all around use g20 rear hubs it bolts into your rear b13 spindle and this is a fact not speculation

  16. #16
    SR20VETeran
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Copperas Cove, Tx
    Posts: 9,349
    Feedback Score: 13 (100%)

    Default

    ive got universal 4 lug 15" wheels so it should be fine, already knew about the G20 rear hubs, But again good info for this thread. Should be a fairly cheap setup comparable to the fastbrakes or willwood setups.

    I can pick up a set of front knuckles w/hubs for less than 100.00 and then the calipers for probably 100.00 then its just the pads and rotors which should be fairly cheap. So your talking a whole new front brake setup for probably around $350 or so, Also got my ss lines for all 4 corners for 60 shipped brand new. So hell yeah a really powerful 410.00 setup. several hundred dollars less than a used willwood or fastbrakes kit. So who knows i might be able to get these for less than that as well. Have to find out when i go to Mexico to pick up my b15 trans and now i can grab the hubs as well.

    Should be able to stop my 130+mph trap speeds pretty darn good compared to the cheezy stock setup. haha
    1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R - Fully Built SR20VE, BWS400SX Billet 67mm and much more
    JMS Racing tuned to 716whp, 423wtq at 29psi
    10.5 @ 149.2mph to date I believe the fastest trap speed SE-R, Much more to come with some changes!

  17. #17
    b13 lover
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 94
    Feedback Score: 7 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Forced Compression View Post
    for those who want 4x114.3 all around use g20 rear hubs it bolts into your rear b13 spindle and this is a fact not speculation
    P10?

    Will 15" rims clear? or just 16's?
    Last edited by sr20detgtir92; 01-27-09 at 09:05 PM.

  18. #18
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    What is the cost and performance comparisons to the wilwood setup?

  19. #19
    Pretending Im an airplane
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Wilkes-Barre, PA
    Posts: 694
    Feedback Score: 0

    Default

    deleted
    Last edited by Char; 04-22-09 at 05:59 AM.

  20. #20
    Sr20det B12 to be
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Kimberley ZA
    Posts: 639
    Feedback Score: 2 (100%)

    Default

    it fits 15"s just fine i have it on my b12. will post pics up later. just need to run a spacer to clear my spokes

    pics

    Last edited by L4t3ncy; 01-28-09 at 04:57 PM.
    1990 B12 MKII undergoing Sr20DET conversion, one day
    http://www.sr20-forum.com/showthread.php?t=342 clickey clickey

    Quote Originally Posted by 91grayDET View Post
    There are 2 types of asses in this world i like to look at, Hot chicks and Skylines.
    Whats so bad about turbo lag? It gives u a chance to wave at the guy next to u b4 u take off :)

  21. #21
    b13 lover
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 94
    Feedback Score: 7 (100%)

    Default

    Sweet. thanks

  22. #22
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by L4t3ncy View Post
    it fits 15"s just fine i have it on my b12. will post pics up later. just need to run a spacer to clear my spokes

    pics

    Still doesnt look like that caliper fits on that rotor correctly. Look at the gap at the bottom as compared to the top.

  23. #23
    SR20VETeran
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Copperas Cove, Tx
    Posts: 9,349
    Feedback Score: 13 (100%)

    Default

    that doesnt matter, the caliper is not perfectly round with the rotor. the pads appear that they would be completely touching the rotor with the entire pad and in the proper area. one side of the caliper is going to be closer to the rim than the other. It all depends on what angle the caliper sit.

    Looks just fine and thats good to know about the 15 wheels being that is what i have. mine have a pretty good offset to them as well so mine might fit without a spacer but even if you had to use one so what, well worth it
    1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R - Fully Built SR20VE, BWS400SX Billet 67mm and much more
    JMS Racing tuned to 716whp, 423wtq at 29psi
    10.5 @ 149.2mph to date I believe the fastest trap speed SE-R, Much more to come with some changes!

  24. #24
    Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Jul 2008
    Posts: 860
    Feedback Score: 5 (100%)

    Default

    for front you want b15 se/1st gen altima front spindle assembly (2nd gen might work but i cant verify this) also (might have to run g20t axles with teh bigger 36mm nut)

    then you have the ability to run either stock b15/altima brakes 280x22mm 11" baby

    j30/q45 twin piston 280x28mm i believe

    300zx 280x30mm or 280x26mm

    spec v brembos

    04 maxima/altima 12.4 brakes with minor mods

    also any big brake maxima/240 brake kits or w.e "mmm evo brembos "

    (keep in mind with many of these conversions you might have to reduce the over all diameter of the rotor by a few mm and drill to 4x114.3)

    now i know not every one favor universal wheels and would like the car to be even all around so in your case you can run 91-96 g20 rear hub assemble in your stock b13 rear spindle assembly


    btw once you have done this conversion your steps away from a complete 5 lug conversion for the fronts youll need maxima hub presses right into the bearing the rear i believe you need 4th gen maxima rear hubs and possibly a spacer but the altima guys get away without it

    only reason i havent done 5 lug on my g20 is because i love 15 inch wheels and good 15x8 5x114.3 wheels for cheap is hard to find and i cant find any temp 5x114.3 15" factory wheels to drive on temporarily that i like but if i wanted 17s id so go 5 lug


    just trying to clear up any confusion

  25. #25
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Ok so after looking at this I think I figured out my issue with them. Due to the fact that these hubs came off a car different from the Z which the calipers are meant to fit on, the mounting location is incorrect. Eventhough the mounting holes line up that doest mean that the location of how they mount to the knuckle is correct. Just looking at this I can tell that the bottom tab that the caliper mounts to us further out from the knuckle compared to the z and the pads will not seat completely on the rotor, and that is why it is pushed out further than the top.

    I can see that this is an economical kit and if you are a jy junkie like me you can probably get all of this stuff in one day at the yard. But for the others I think a bracket that mounted to the factory knuckle bolts would have been a better investment. I mean a bracket like this would probably cost you $30-50 a side to have machined after you get the dimensions.

    this is what we are going to do for the B14 chasis, a custom bracket to adapt a better caliper to a 11 in rotor (probably as big as you can go under a factory 15" wheel)

  26. #26
    Fastest 4 door xe
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: G.A
    Posts: 349
    Feedback Score: 2 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bluebomber View Post
    Ok so after looking at this I think I figured out my issue with them. Due to the fact that these hubs came off a car different from the Z which the calipers are meant to fit on, the mounting location is incorrect. Eventhough the mounting holes line up that doest mean that the location of how they mount to the knuckle is correct. Just looking at this I can tell that the bottom tab that the caliper mounts to us further out from the knuckle compared to the z and the pads will not seat completely on the rotor, and that is why it is pushed out further than the top.

    I can see that this is an economical kit and if you are a jy junkie like me you can probably get all of this stuff in one day at the yard. But for the others I think a bracket that mounted to the factory knuckle bolts would have been a better investment. I mean a bracket like this would probably cost you $30-50 a side to have machined after you get the dimensions.

    this is what we are going to do for the B14 chasis, a custom bracket to adapt a better caliper to a 11 in rotor (probably as big as you can go under a factory 15" wheel)

    we mill the rotors a few mm to to fix that problem you have to do the same for the j30/q45 conversion

  27. #27
    Sr20det B12 to be
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Kimberley ZA
    Posts: 639
    Feedback Score: 2 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bluebomber View Post
    Still doesnt look like that caliper fits on that rotor correctly. Look at the gap at the bottom as compared to the top.
    it will look like that the wheel isnt fastened. it is on properly aswell ill take some pics of where the pad comes into contact with the disc aswell the gap stay the same to the outside of the disc the whole way around.
    1990 B12 MKII undergoing Sr20DET conversion, one day
    http://www.sr20-forum.com/showthread.php?t=342 clickey clickey

    Quote Originally Posted by 91grayDET View Post
    There are 2 types of asses in this world i like to look at, Hot chicks and Skylines.
    Whats so bad about turbo lag? It gives u a chance to wave at the guy next to u b4 u take off :)

  28. #28
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Im sorry this doesnt make any sense ... so when I need new rotors I have to have them milled? What exactly are you milling? Are you reducing the thickness of the rotor or the overall diameter?

    I dont understand why all this trouble? Why not just have some brackets made for the factory hub/knuckle setup? This seem like it is much more involved and probably about the same price in the end. Unless I am missing something here?
    Dont mean to be rude but just perplexed by this?

    I would have used the factory hub/knuckle setup, made a bracket to use the new calipers with the U13 rotors and called it a day. That seems to be all you need ... to have the caliper positioned correct on the rotor. It looks like you have plenty of room to run these on the 15" wheel dia you have and with a 2 piece caliper you can move it into the right position so that it sits in the middle of the rotor.
    Last edited by bluebomber; 01-30-09 at 08:28 PM.

  29. #29
    b13 lover
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 94
    Feedback Score: 7 (100%)

    Default

    You need the noe hubs in front for the bolt pattern of the rotors. You need the new knuckles for the new hubs.

    If you get the rotors drilled to the 4X100 bolt pattern, can you skip the hubs & knuckes? Then you wouldn't have to mess with the bolt pattern issue? Is anyone able to compare the two rotors?

  30. #30
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by sr20detgtir92 View Post
    You need the noe hubs in front for the bolt pattern of the rotors. You need the new knuckles for the new hubs.

    If you get the rotors drilled to the 4X100 bolt pattern, can you skip the hubs & knuckes? Then you wouldn't have to mess with the bolt pattern issue? Is anyone able to compare the two rotors?
    The reason for the new knuckles is for the brake calipers and the hub is for the rotor.

  31. #31
    b13 lover
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 94
    Feedback Score: 7 (100%)

    Default

    I gotcha now. Thanks.

  32. #32
    Member
    User Info
    Join Date: Jul 2008
    Posts: 860
    Feedback Score: 5 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bluebomber View Post
    Im sorry this doesnt make any sense ... so when I need new rotors I have to have them milled? What exactly are you milling? Are you reducing the thickness of the rotor or the overall diameter?

    I dont understand why all this trouble? Why not just have some brackets made for the factory hub/knuckle setup? This seem like it is much more involved and probably about the same price in the end. Unless I am missing something here?
    Dont mean to be rude but just perplexed by this?

    I would have used the factory hub/knuckle setup, made a bracket to use the new calipers with the U13 rotors and called it a day. That seems to be all you need ... to have the caliper positioned correct on the rotor. It looks like you have plenty of room to run these on the 15" wheel dia you have and with a 2 piece caliper you can move it into the right position so that it sits in the middle of the rotor.
    you shave the over all diameter

    well thats if you use z brakes thats just how some people do it on g20.net we have the same problem

    because i use q45 twin piston i just shave the caliper mount (torque mount) with a grinder and it works and if you can find a machine shop to make an offset bracket that moves it out about 5mm then its perfect you probably can make that bracket your self but because the distance your moving it out is so minuscule youll end up moving the caliper backward alot

  33. #33
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    This seems to hokey to me ... get 5 people together with money in hand and Ill make a bracket for this kit to fit under a 15" wheel.

  34. #34
    b13 lover
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Bismarck, ND
    Posts: 94
    Feedback Score: 7 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by bluebomber View Post
    This seems to hokey to me ... get 5 people together with money in hand and Ill make a bracket for this kit to fit under a 15" wheel.
    how much? I'd be in for those.

  35. #35
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Forced Compression View Post
    you shave the over all diameter

    well thats if you use z brakes thats just how some people do it on g20.net we have the same problem

    because i use q45 twin piston i just shave the caliper mount (torque mount) with a grinder and it works and if you can find a machine shop to make an offset bracket that moves it out about 5mm then its perfect you probably can make that bracket your self but because the distance your moving it out is so minuscule youll end up moving the caliper backward alot
    yeah I understand, we would have to look at it to see what to do. But I would think if the brackets would work we would be looking around $80-$100 per set of brackets.

  36. #36
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Roseville, CA
    Posts: 3,216
    Feedback Score: 11 (100%)

    Default

    I would be in for a set of brackets.

  37. #37
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    sr20detgtir92
    TheRealNighthog
    3
    4
    5

    I need three more before I go to the jy to pick up a front setup to fiddle with.

  38. #38
    retired...
    User Info
    Join Date: May 2008
    Posts: 2,649
    Feedback Score: 31 (100%)

    Default

    If someone comes up with a set of 4x100 rotors that would bolt right up using bluebomber's bracket I think we'd have a winning combination.

  39. #39
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Jan 2009
    Posts: 813
    Feedback Score: 6 (100%)

    Default

    Or i can just include a template for the bolt pattern cutout... ill look for a rotor though.

  40. #40
    Banned
    User Info
    Join Date: Dec 2007
    Location: Roseville, CA
    Posts: 3,216
    Feedback Score: 11 (100%)

    Default

    Or could I get a template of the brackets since I have a friend who owns a CNC machine shop.

 

 
Page 1 of 6 12345 ... LastLast

LinkBacks (?)

  1. 11-06-14, 01:38 PM
  2. 10-22-14, 12:04 PM
  3. 06-17-14, 12:05 AM
  4. 01-10-14, 10:16 AM
  5. 12-27-13, 11:50 PM
  6. 12-17-13, 02:37 PM
  7. 11-13-13, 10:25 PM
  8. 07-15-13, 03:17 AM
  9. 06-24-13, 03:26 PM
  10. 06-04-13, 10:13 AM
  11. 02-12-13, 04:16 PM
  12. 10-28-12, 05:01 PM
  13. 10-23-12, 04:49 PM
  14. 10-23-12, 01:17 PM
  15. 10-08-12, 09:55 AM
  16. 07-01-12, 12:35 AM
  17. 04-19-12, 10:35 PM
  18. 04-19-12, 01:02 PM
  19. 04-19-12, 10:35 AM
  20. 04-19-12, 10:02 AM
  21. 04-19-12, 09:31 AM
  22. 04-19-12, 09:19 AM
  23. 04-05-12, 01:33 PM
  24. 04-02-12, 09:23 AM
  25. 04-02-12, 01:38 AM
  26. 04-02-12, 01:26 AM
  27. 04-02-12, 01:25 AM
  28. 12-17-11, 03:37 PM
  29. 08-02-11, 06:31 AM
  30. 05-06-11, 03:06 PM
  31. 03-31-11, 10:31 AM
  32. 03-31-11, 10:24 AM
  33. 03-31-11, 10:19 AM
  34. 03-11-11, 08:06 PM
  35. 01-19-11, 11:59 AM
  36. 01-12-11, 08:49 PM
  37. 01-12-11, 02:46 PM
  38. 01-06-11, 06:32 PM
  39. 01-06-11, 10:39 AM
  40. 01-02-11, 08:26 PM
  41. 01-02-11, 08:26 PM
  42. 01-02-11, 08:24 PM
  43. 11-13-10, 12:37 PM
  44. 09-27-10, 01:54 PM
  45. 07-23-10, 11:23 PM
  46. 02-22-10, 05:24 AM
  47. 05-13-09, 05:01 AM
  48. 02-21-09, 02:42 PM

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Back to top