Agree with this - made for a lighter car than a GTR really, I ran them on my old Pulsar and they worked very well, but a GTR weighs a lot more.They are the Dynalite series calipers, and 4pot. They will be a good set, and probably and improvement over the standard brakes.....But not much, Would be better suited for a lighter car.
Let me know how they are after you have stoped hard 20 times, or done a couple of laps on a track.....Then you will see how poor the brakes are.:thumbsup:weather was dry today so ran it up the road and its perfect the brakes are pretty dam good actually. very bad design on nissans behalf there, it made my car feel dangerous anyways. no big brakes needed here now
Same as I run, But I have the post mount versions (And Wilwood Motorsport Disks):thumbsup:I run radial mount Wilwood Superlite 6pots on my 180sx.
Excellent piece of kit I cant rate highly enough, espeically for the money. I run them with AP discs for a Skyline iirc...
Don't be put off by the 330mm size disks that are quoted on the Wilwood site, You can run bigger than that, There is a race car here that has 380mm disks with these calipers (Just a small amount of file work required)Wilwood Integra's are still on top of my brake list!!. Looked at other calipers but keep coming back to these for SPFM (Stopping Power For Money :chuckle: ).
Integra's arent very well known in the UK. Rally Design, Wilwoods UK distributor has never had a set imported for any customer but on paper they look awesome. Biggest issue is the Integra seems to max out on a 330mm dia rotor but DOES accomodate a wider rotor at 35mm. Can get a pair of these for around 1K which I think is pretty good.
Looked at AP calipers too and, looking at specs, think that the CP5060/5270 series 6 pots would do the job too....
I WAS dead set against AP on the basis of cost and brand-name ripoffness but TBH theres not a lot in it between my fave Wilwoods and suitable AP's..
As Sub boy says, Superlight calipers and above are more suitable for a GTR than dynalite calipers IMHO. Theres more to brake science than its size and no of pots...thermal mass/effective piston area/pad volume etc.. Do a bit of research yourself or get specialist advice.
But dissipates heat quicker, And less likely to warp (Like my old Project Mu ones did)That's not necessarily a good thing, it just adds more to the unsprung weight, which affects the handling.