Just figure I would post pictures of both calipers. U can see the difference in size and everything. I thought it was good information, hopefully someone can find this useful too.
Last edited by Specvay; 05-18-2011 at 08:02 AM.
wholy oversized batman!
Lol yeah i never thought it b that much bigger.
Thank you for posting this. I have been trying to decide between the two and I think I've made up my mind.
did u just did a brembo upgrade? i just sold my z32 calipers..i kinna regret it.
and i thought the z32 calipers were big already. haha
Yeah I had the z32. Just upgraded. I figure it time anyways. Hawk pads. Goodridge ss line. And power slot cross driller rotors.
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It possible but it a lot of work.
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compare weight of both combos and piston/pad, sizing, that's where the real (functional) difference should be
IMO, z32 upgrade is better (if you have aluminum (90-91) calipers)
Price wise z32 is cheaper. Brembo is a lot of money to maintain
Wasn't bracket needed for the z32 calipers? I can't remember if it were direct bolt-up.
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Not really. The caliper and the dics are cheaper than a 1.8 sentra OEM kit. The pads are expensive if you go with the OEM, but a set of Hawks are affordable.
A full kit with stainless brake lines go for less than 1000$. That a good price for a 12'' rotor kit.
If you go Z32, you need to shaved the rotor and you have smaller diameter disc than OEM. You just save on weight and go have 4 pistons calipers...
they are? damn i see a lot of 5 lug ones as well