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R33 Gts-t uses R32 Gtr front brakes so it should be a straight swop. I have aftermarket R32 Gtr discs on a Gts-t and they were a bit tight with new pads, it was sorted by removing the anti squeak shims. The disc make is DBA.
Your kit is doing the same in reverse so should be OK.
 

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R33 Gts-t uses R32 Gtr front brakes so it should be a straight swop. I have aftermarket R32 Gtr discs on a Gts-t and they were a bit tight with new pads, it was sorted by removing the anti squeak shims. The disc make is DBA.
Your kit is doing the same in reverse so should be OK.
Untrue. R32GTR brakes are 296mmx32mm and R33GTST brakes are 296x30mm.

This is why you noticed that things were a bit tight with R32GTR disks on R33GTST calipers - the calipers were not designed to accomodate the extra 2mm disk width!

All big brake kits such as AP/Ksport etc should fit straight on to all 5 stud skylines.

Butuz
 
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