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What is the difference in braking power on an R32?

do you have brake bias calculations on Front vs Rear?
I know from what i've searched and read on it's a little more rear biased But I havent been able to find numbers.

32.5, 30.5, 26.5 are the R35 front caliper piston sizes
26.5, All the same size in the rear for the R35

Z32/R32
4 x 40.45 Front
2x 38.1 rear

That's as far as I can go.
 

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Fit a data logger, get a pressure sensor on the front circuit and on rear circuit. Then you can work out your brake bias more accurately.
 

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Glad you***8217;re happy with it Tabz. Looks great- R35 brakes on a Skyline works really well. Drive to the car yet?
 

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Glad you***8217;re happy with it Tabz. Looks great- R35 brakes on a Skyline works really well. Drive to the car yet?


Not driven it yet as I’ve other works to carry out in preparation for a little summer cruising, but looking forward to using it and testing the anchors.
 

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Glad they are being used now :)

Did you powder coat the calipers in the end? Colour looks a little different on the rears.
 

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Long awaited upgrade for me, glad it’s nearly there now.
Callipers are the same but pics taken with different lighting hence the colour.
Ah i see.
Let us all know how you get on with them, it was a mod i was keen on experiencing myself at the track and on the road.
 

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Measure the lug length on front caliper. 10mm for early 380mm spec calipers and 15mm for later 390mm spec.
 
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