Brembo Adds 3 Upgrade Levels On Brakes For Nissan GT-R

Brembo Adds 3 Upgrade Levels On Brakes For Nissan GT-R

 has announced the three new braking options available for the Nissan GT-R.

Option 1

The simplest option calls for substituting just the front 380 mm discs with oversized Brembo discs, measuring 405 mm. This upgrade does not require replacement of the original caliper but simply the bracket, which the company says is critical for repositioning the caliper and the two front discs properly. The larger size offers an increase in braking torque and greater heat dissipation, which also is due to the hat in aluminium alloy. It comes in cross-drilled or slotted.

Availability: product models from 2012-’15

Option 2

In this option with a complete kit, the front discs are replaced with an oversized pair (the same 405 mm mentioned above), and the calipers are substituted. Greater rigidity in the calipers and the use of metal-braided hoses ensure a reduction in the absorption of brake fluid, which leads to improved, more stable brake pedal pressure, making it possible to modulate braking force more precisely and enhancing pedal feel, according to the company.

Brembo says it results in more alert and decisive braking, which is perceived under normal conditions of street use, but which also is powerful and consistent on the repetitive sections of the track.

Availability: product models from 2009-’15

Option 3

Instead of the complete kit (option 2) with casted calipers, the option 3 kit includes a kit with billet-machined calipers. The company guarantees aggressive braking for both street use and on the track.

The company says, to ensure protection from corrosion and offer quality performance, the GT-R calipers are nickel-plated.

Availability: product models from 2009-’15

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