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180sx Brakes vs 240sx brakes

Old 02-14-2008, 01:15 PM
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180sx Brakes vs 240sx brakes

I have a 1990 nissan 180sx, and I was wondering if 89-90 (4 bolt) 240sx brakes will fit on this? I have heard 180sx brakes are bigger than 240 brakes, but I always thought this was only on the 91+ models (5 bolt). So yea, will 240 brakes fit on my 180sx, or will I have to go to a jdm supplier/upgrade to Z brakes ?
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Old 02-15-2008, 02:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Two-Fortee View Post
I have a 1990 nissan 180sx, and I was wondering if 89-90 (4 bolt) 240sx brakes will fit on this? I have heard 180sx brakes are bigger than 240 brakes, but I always thought this was only on the 91+ models (5 bolt). So yea, will 240 brakes fit on my 180sx, or will I have to go to a jdm supplier/upgrade to Z brakes ?
91+ are not 5 bolt. I do know for sure that the 91+ 4 bolt silvia and 180sx brakes are slightly larger. I cannot say about the 89-90 ca18det models though. Easy way to tell is pull a rotor and take it down to an autoparts store to compare.
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