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Pulsar Gtir Front Brake upgrade to 294mm 4x 100 discs

Discussion in 'GENERAL R DISCUSSION' started by Ally, May 10, 2018.

  1. Ally

    Ally Member

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    Hi All,

    I'm currently have a set of Drilled & Grooved Discs being made for my Gtir, to go with the Mitsubishi Outlander/Evo 2 pot calipers.

    The Specs are:
    Outer Diameter: 294.0mm Thickness: 24.0mm Height: 40mm Bore Inner Diameter: 61.0mm Studs: 4 x100

    These in theory will bolt straight on, and also no need a spacer in between the hub and disc as it will be the correct offset.

    Would anyone be interested in a set for the front of there Gtir, Almera, Primera, Sunny?

    I will get some prices if enough interest?

    This will be a very cheap conversion if so, calipers and carriers can be got for £100 odd new, and then its just the disc and pads, no machining involved apart from drilling out the hub holes slightly.
    But if I had enough interest could design a new carrier to bolt straight on without any drilling needed, but the price would go up.

    cheers
    Ally
     
  2. Jon Olds

    Jon Olds Active Member

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    Good offer, I have my own set-up, but others should follow this up. A 24mm thick disc would be excellent for dissipating heat.
    Jon
     
  3. keastygtir

    keastygtir Well-Known Member

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    Interested to hear prices
     
  4. warpspeed

    warpspeed Well-Known Member

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    Prices are the decider for me..
     
  5. Ally

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    So far at an estimate they're around £70 a pair of front discs, but this will vary on what spec you want too?

    I can get them Blank, Grooved and Grooved and drilled.

    Every disc will be balanced like OEM spec

    Would people be interested at that price?
    P+P would be on top but that's not alot.

    And these would be a straight bolt on.

    Cheers

    Ally
     
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  6. keastygtir

    keastygtir Well-Known Member

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    interested. I take these have the correct centre bore?

    In the original post you say 61mm which is wrong
     
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  7. Ally

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    Whats is the correct centre bore Keasty, but can have it made to anysize yes so not a problem

    Is it 59.1mm
     
  8. keastygtir

    keastygtir Well-Known Member

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    Yes that is correct
     
  9. Ally

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    i'll have it corrected to that
     
  10. MarkTurbo

    MarkTurbo Well-Known Member

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    I thought the standard discs were 26mm thick so these are actually thinner?
     
  11. Ally

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    Looking at most of the suppliers the Oem and aftermarket ones range from 24mm min to 26mm max.
    The Disc's i was looking at having manufactured would be 24mm min.
    Also bearing in mind you gained 38mm more material on the radius. And be running 2 pots not a single.
     

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