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post #16 of 43 Old 06-07-2017, 01:41 PM
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I was very close to doing the following setup but never got around to it. 2 piece front rotors would be a huge performance benefit in weight savings as well.

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06 Acura RL front caliper

Stoptech 950.40013 SS brake lines
Any 2005-2008 Acura RL brake pads
Rotors from 2005 Nissan 350Z Track edition with Brembo brakes

2 piece rotors $488:


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2 piece rotors $488:
It's the price for a single rotor, right?

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Fast brakes makes an adapter that moves the stock rear caliper further out so you can install a 12.3" 03-08 Honda Pilot/01-06 Acura MDX rear rotor.
Do you mean this one?:



How do you know it would fit 9gen?
If this is the one, it would be even cheaper to get the brackets only... Do they include original rotors?


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It's the price for a single rotor, right?
Unfortunately, from what I remember; yes.
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Unfortunately, from what I remember; yes.
F that. The whole point of the RL brake upgrade is to not spend that much money. For that price you might as well buy a name brand BBK.

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Do you mean this one?:



How do you know it would fit 9gen?
If this is the one, it would be even cheaper to get the brackets only... Do they include original rotors?
Yes, according to my googling many people have contacted fastbrakes and asked if they have this for an 8th gen or 9th gen. I don't remember if this exact kit fits or if fastbrakes offers the right one but it's not listed on their site. Either way it available.

Also yes, I'd only get the brackets and get the rotors I want. Which will be the EBC 3DG slotted and dimpled rotors cuz they're fully black coated and alil less expensive than the Centric versions. I currently have the Centric rotors and it's nice that the hat is black but everywhere else, that the brake pad doesn't touch, is rusted. With the EBC rotors theyll be nice and black where the pad doesn't touch.

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The spare from the 2006-2007 Acura TL Type-S came with a 17x4 +45 spare. I'd gamble that it may work and fit the trunk well.

Here's what the spare looks like.
They're on eBay for around $100 shipped, so not too bad, but will they work...

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They're on eBay for around $100 shipped, so not too bad, but will they work...
How about using a cheap spacer with a spare. Nobody races their ride after a flat, so it wouldn't have to be a sophisticated product. For my winter setup I will have to wear spacers anyway...
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How about using a cheap spacer with a spare. Nobody races their ride after a flat, so it wouldn't have to be a sophisticated product. For my winter setup I will have to wear spacers anyway...
That's good thinking but the factory spare is only a 16. The spacer needed would probably have to push the wheel so far out that's it would become dangerous. Also you can just buy 1 spacer? I always see them sold in at least pairs. To me $100 spent on a spare is worth it, but right now, it comes down to if it'll work or not.
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I plan on having this installed soon. I have read elsewhere that the 2006 350z rotor w/brembos is compatible with the Advics bbk. I ordered some, will they work or do I need to exchange them for the 2005 ones? thanks for any help.
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I plan on having this installed soon. I have read elsewhere that the 2006 350z rotor w/brembos is compatible with the Advics bbk. I ordered some, will they work or do I need to exchange them for the 2005 ones? thanks for any help.
Any 2003-2009 350Z or 2002-2007 G35 that has the BREMBO package. Make sure the rotors are 12.8, the NON BREMBO package rotors are roughly an inch smaller so you'll know right away if they're the wrong ones.
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Any 2003-2009 350Z or 2002-2007 G35 that has the BREMBO package. Make sure the rotors are 12.8, the NON BREMBO package rotors are roughly an inch smaller so you'll know right away if they're the wrong ones.
These are the ones I ordered so I should be good, thanks.
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These are the ones I ordered so I should be good, thanks.
Yes.
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Yes.
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Thanks for the help, I have one more question regarding brake pad size. It seems that some people have difficulty with the 30mm 350z rotors in the Advics and others don't. I bought this set up off of someone who ran it on their car so I know it fits. My issue is that I bought Akebono's ACT1091's and the pad is thicker than the ones that came with the kit. The old ones were only used 3 months but these new ones don't look like they will fit now. Is there a specific pad brand that you guys are buying that might be thinner? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I have read that others have bought these Akebono's too. I'm not installing them myself so maybe a mechanic will be able to fit them.
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Thanks for the help, I have one more question regarding brake pad size. It seems that some people have difficulty with the 30mm 350z rotors in the Advics and others don't. I bought this set up off of someone who ran it on their car so I know it fits. My issue is that I bought Akebono's ACT1091's and the pad is thicker than the ones that came with the kit. The old ones were only used 3 months but these new ones don't look like they will fit now. Is there a specific pad brand that you guys are buying that might be thinner? Sorry if this is a dumb question but I have read that others have bought these Akebono's too. I'm not installing them myself so maybe a mechanic will be able to fit them.
I haven't seen anything on pads being too thick and not fitting. I saw one post saying the pads they picked were thicker, I think EBC but don't quote me, and they just fit but that's all I know. It's easy to check, pull the caliper, push the pistons in, install the new pads, then slip it on the rotor, it easy since everything isn't on the car and pressurized.
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Thanks again for all the advice. This is my finished RL BBK with 350z Stoptech rotors and Akebono pads.
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Thanks again for all the advice. This is my finished RL BBK with 350z Stoptech rotors and Akebono pads.
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