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Old Jul 30, 2012, 04:14 PM
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Wilwood Superlite BBK for Ralliart with EvoX Rotors.

Ok kids, my friends at (googles) "fastbrakes" made this kit for me on request to replace the crappy Ralliart Brakes on our Sportback.



I had the same kit on my 2005 Maxima and I beat the **** out of that car on the track. This kit held up and took a beating like no other.

Price will be $915 plus shipping. Including, pads, ss lines, brackets, calipers, bolts, evox rotors, instructions and assembly oil.

I'll post up who i got it from once I test it on my car.

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I like it. I hope it works out!
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Originally Posted by NFSLancerRA View Post
I like it. I hope it works out!
Ya man I had this kit on my 2005 Maxima and I beat the living Fuuuuuk otta that car. Like beat the ffffff out of it at the local track. And i could always count on the brakes to be infallible.


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Part of the reason that I never fit Wilwood calipers to my car was that I just went full-retard and put the Z06 brakes on. The price for this kit it right. I am impressed.

It looks like I need to make like Dr. Dre and head back to the lab. Cue the music.

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very nice price on a kit that appears to be using Wilwood 6piston calipers...

Are planning on doing a rear kit w/ EvoX rotors too?
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Old Jul 30, 2012, 08:50 PM
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Are those really 6 pot? They look a little small in the first photo. But look great on the car, what size rims on that car?
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Old Jul 30, 2012, 09:27 PM
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no boys these are 4 pots. Just like my last car. I cant see a reason to justify extra $150 per caliper for an extra 2 pots
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Old Jul 30, 2012, 09:33 PM
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my bad, I was just about to correct myself after looking these calipers up on Wilwood's site, but it looks like TheNEWB beat me to it.
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Awesome price! I would love to have those... I hate the mushy pedal/brake fade after like 3 laps at the track lol
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Originally Posted by Bwasley62 View Post
Awesome price! I would love to have those... I hate the mushy pedal/brake fade after like 3 laps at the track lol
This will be the end of that.

I'm waiting to receive them for testing and abuse ............

Once it passes my deranged driving and braking tests the manufacturer will begin making more.
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What kind of pads come with this kit? Nevermind I see the hawk box in the pic so I would assume those are the pads that come with the kit.
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What kind of pads come with this kit? Nevermind I see the hawk box in the pic so I would assume those are the pads that come with the kit.
Usually ferodo d2500. Xcepf I ordered dtc and Hp+ with mine.
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So is that a no to a rear brake kit aswell?
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If there are different pad options for this kit, please share
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Originally Posted by TrailBrake View Post
If there are different pad options for this kit, please share
http://www.wilwood.com/BrakePads/Bra...20Internal%204


All the wilwood pads you can think off and 90% of the entire HAWK lineup. From DTC to Blue to Ceramic to HPS or HP+.

This is one of the most universal calipers out there.........
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