I was looking on the stillen website, and it says that the rear brakes for the altima fit the new SE-R sentra, so my questions is (maybe Reverend-D can answer this)....will the front brakes fit? I know it is a long shot, but if they do then that means that the new big brake kit would fit? I doubt it will work, but if the rears fit maybe the fronts will asl well. I also realize tht there have been mistakes before on stillens site, but like I said, I was just wondering.
close to a G...I was just curious because the only other option is Black Hornets upgrade witch is like 3Gs....hopefully reverend d sees this can can compare some part number and what not....I am pretty sure the wheel spacing is the same for the lugs, I was just concerned with caliper mounting issues....
I think the sentra, g-20 and altima rotors are all the same, because almost every upgrade I have seen says it will work for all three....but I am still interested to know about the new SE-R I will have to take a closer look at one next time I see one...also if it fits the SE-R will it fit the regular sentra too?
sorry if this has already been answered, but are there any big brake upgrades made for the altima? I don't want to do custom but I will if I have to. What is the minimum rim size necessary on a kit (if there is one)?
Originally posted by kettnerc sorry if this has already been answered, but are there any big brake upgrades made for the altima? I don't want to do custom but I will if I have to. What is the minimum rim size necessary on a kit (if there is one)?
The only upgrade is avialable from the where blackhornet works (I think). The upgrade set is like 3Gs I think. And it will be hard to do a custom job as far as I know.
Next time I have a SE-R in my lift I will take measurments for ya. As for off the top of my head...no clue. That would be neat to check out but last time I had an SE-R on my lift I didnt think anything was special about the brakes, front or rear.
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