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\r\n There we go. Man this thread has gotten huge. OK, more research to do still. Thanks Gamble!\r\n
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    \r\n I\'m not sure that the Z32/MPV setup will clear 15" wheels since I\'ve never had 15s. Running the rotors over hubs will also increase your front track width due to the thickness of the rotor hat between hub and wheel (approx 10mm on each side).
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    \nThe hardest part of upgrading to the Z32 calipers is finding a machine shop to turn the hubs down, and drilling the 4-lug holes in the MPV rotors. After that you will have a front brake set-up that is reliable, easy to install and change pads, and strong enough to overpower most tires (I can lock 255s with medium-hard pedal effort). I\'d recommend the alloy calipers that accommodate 30mm rotors (mine are remans from Autozone), and a set of 240sx braided steel lines. I run cheap rotors because I replace them every race (actually, the last race we put 22 hours on a set of cheap rotors with so little wear that one minimal pass of resurfacing made them brand new again).
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    \r\n So are you running the NA calipers then? Those are 26mm, the turbo 30mm, but the MPV rotors are 28. Dude a couple pages back ran out of pad with his mismatched rotor and caliper thicknesses and almost wrecked, have people successfully run either caliper?
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    \nRegardless, my issue with over rotors is the same as Billy Ms from years ago (I\'ve almost read the whole thread now lol). I\'m not willing to add the weight of the center section of an over rotor unless I\'m going to simultaneously switch to a new hub that is designed to work with over rotors and is significantly lighter then ours.
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    \nHonestly, calipers are easy. I don\'t mind making brackets, the issue is a I want a decent sized (read significantly, but not exorbitantly, larger then stock rotor rotor) that bolts up to our hub. I do prefer easy to change rotors, but not at a significant weight expense. I\'ve been running the same set of rotors and (ceramic) pads for 10 years on my car, frequent rotor changes are not a concern. I would just bite the bullet and go JK as I know they clear my wheels (yup 15s even), but A) I would have to switch to T3 steering arms then (I have celica gts), and B) I don\'t like the idea of running rotors and pads that I can\'t just get through any old parts store. Plus I only need upgraded front brakes. JKs are such a big step up I would end up doing the rears too then.
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    \nSo, I could have sworn that at some point in time on this board I saw someone with a front BBK setup with bolt on rotors. I thought they were the PT cruiser ones, but now I\'m not sure. Has anyone ever successfully bolted those on? I\'ll have to look up the specs on those next. Or has anyone else ever found another bolt on rotor? Obviously redrilling the mounting holes on the rotor would be expected. And don\'t say cressida, not big enough.\r\n
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    \r\n I understand better now, and for your requirements the OE rotor placement would be fine. I have the Z32 turbo calipers and 30mm rotors and they certainly add a few pounds to each side. The added mass does help in heat dissipation for track days, but larger rotors in the OE placement should be fine for 20-30 minute track stints if they have time to cool down between sessions.
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    \r\n Ah i didn\'t catch your 15" requirement, i\'ve seen it mentioned that if you run the mpv rotors with the 2 piston q45 calipers it will fit the 15" L type wheels. Have you thought about running the cressida hub/rotors and a custom mounted caliper? The rotors are 20mm larger and the stock setup fits under 14\'s(and will fit with no mods once you get the cressida hub on), but the calipers have the same size piston as ours and won\'t have much pad selection. I bet you could squeeze some bigger calipers onto the cressida rotor/hub setup and have a great increase that fits inside your 15" wheels.
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    \r\n Guys don\'t sweat my 15 inch wheels. Like I said they clear JK brakes, which are bigger then the MPV rotors.
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    \nGamble, I assume you are talking about the later mx73 rotors. As I said, not enough of an increase to interest me (plus long term availability will become an issue). Mx8x Cressidas probably have big enough rotors but as I recall they went to over hub rotors on those? I\'ll have to check that again.
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    \nRevvhappy, stock pad selection is fine, I love my pads! In fact I\'ve been out stopping big brake equipped cars with my setup for a long time. But in recent years as I\'ve made more power and gotten faster, my brake setup has started to show its shortcomings. And I definitely need more rotor mass if I want to get serious about track days. Your rotors are 28mm wide aren\'t they?\r\n
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    \r\n So the mx83 front rotors did go over hub, its the 88 mx73 rotor that was coming up in my searches. Its specs...
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    \nSo a decent upgrade for the cressida over the earlier rotor, but but pretty poor for the mk2.\r\n
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    \r\n You\'re correct - I have 28mm rotors with the wider 30mm calipers.\r\n
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    \r\n Ah cool. So I assume you have been through a set of pads already then? Any issues when the pads get low? I guess thats only 1mm difference per side of the rotor, the pistons probably have enough extra travel to make up for that.
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    \nThere is minimum maching required to the hub and no brackets need to be fabricated to mount the caliper to the strut. A great improvement over the stock MA6x brakes, parts are readily availavle anywhere and the maching can be done quickly at a really low price.
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    \nRotors: 1993 Mazda MPV 4WD Re-drilled to 4x114.3
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    \nCalipers: 1992-1996 Infinity Q45 Caliper
    \nPads: 1992-1996 Infinity Q45
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    \nCalipers: 1990 Nissan 300zx/Z32 Non-Turbo 26mm Or 30mm Aluminum Caliper
    \nPads: 1990 Nissan 300zx/Z32 Non-Turbo
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    \nLines: 240sx (years?) (bolts into MA6x hardlines but you need to remove the retainer)
    \nNotes: You have to machine the out edge of the hub to 143mm, Need 8mm Longer wheel studs, As well as a hubcentric ring
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    \nRotors: 96-02 Range Rover (8cyl? engine size?), re-drilled to 4x114.3
    \nRotors: 1998 Range Rover HSE Front Disks (Re-drilled to 4x114.3)
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    \nCalipers: 97-02 Infinity Q45 Front Calipers, Nissan Titan.
    \nPads: 1999 Infinity Q45 Front Pads
    \nHub: : MKII supra (some machining required??) or M30 hub, wheel center bore turned down from 66.1mm -> 60.1mm (lathe or ?)
    \nLines: 240SX one-piece lines.
    \nNotes: No hub machining needed? Offset change?
    \nNotes: Caliper Mounts on shock tower need to be drilled out and tapped, or have inserts or “tap-serts” (in caliper? caliper bolts correct?)
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    \nCalipers: 2005-2007 Nissan 350Z Brembo Caliper
    \nPads: 2005-2007 Nissan 350Z Pads
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    \nCalipers: 1996 Mercedes Benz SL600 V-12 4-Pot
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pn[39681] = "38348,40338"; pn[40338] = "39681,40345"; pn[40345] = "40338,40769"; pn[40769] = "40345,40780"; pn[40780] = "40769,42765"; pn[42765] = "40780,42814"; pn[42814] = "42765,42856"; pn[42856] = "42814,42942"; pn[42942] = "42856,42997"; pn[42997] = "42942,44588"; pn[44588] = "42997,46041"; pn[46041] = "44588,52025"; pn[52025] = "46041,55972"; pn[55972] = "52025,56034"; pn[56034] = "55972,56037"; pn[56037] = "56034,56039"; pn[56039] = "56037,56040"; pn[56040] = "56039,56049"; pn[56049] = "56040,56051"; pn[56051] = "56049,56059"; pn[56059] = "56051,56116"; pn[56116] = "56059,56120"; pn[56120] = "56116,56636"; pn[56636] = "56120,57101"; pn[57101] = "56636,57528"; pn[57528] = "57101,57531"; pn[57531] = "57528,57535"; pn[57535] = "57531,57543"; pn[57543] = "57535,88985"; pn[88985] = "57543,141466"; pn[141466] = "88985,141712"; pn[141712] = "141466,141993"; pn[141993] = "141712,142065"; pn[142065] = "141993,142079"; pn[142079] = "142065,142118"; pn[142118] = "142079,142229"; pn[142229] = "142118,142230"; pn[142230] = "142229,182449"; pn[182449] = "142230,193681"; pn[193681] = "182449,193756"; pn[193756] = "193681,838733"; pn[838733] = "193756,182474"; pn[182474] = "838733,182564"; pn[182564] = "182474,182824"; pn[182824] = "182564,184924"; pn[184924] = "182824,191097"; pn[191097] = "184924,191632"; pn[191632] = "191097,182600"; pn[182600] = "191632,182851"; pn[182851] = "182600,182857"; pn[182857] = "182851,182861"; pn[182861] = "182857,184568"; pn[184568] = "182861,184647"; pn[184647] = "184568,184652"; pn[184652] = "184647,184912"; pn[184912] = "184652,184922"; pn[184922] = "184912,193554"; pn[193554] = "184922,193590"; pn[193590] = "193554,194245"; pn[194245] = "193590,194249"; pn[194249] = "194245,193596"; pn[193596] = "194249,193605"; pn[193605] = "193596,193608"; pn[193608] = "193605,193689"; pn[193689] = "193608,193839"; pn[193839] = "193689,193845"; pn[193845] = "193839,193850"; pn[193850] = "193845,193857"; pn[193857] = "193850,193964"; pn[193964] = "193857,193991"; pn[193991] = "193964,194188"; pn[194188] = "193991,194373"; pn[194373] = "194188,194380"; pn[194380] = "194373,194578"; pn[194578] = "194380,194889"; pn[194889] = "194578,195032"; pn[195032] = "194889,195035"; pn[195035] = "195032,196414"; pn[196414] = "195035,196416"; pn[196416] = "196414,196434"; pn[196434] = "196416,196456"; pn[196456] = "196434,196464"; pn[196464] = "196456,197401"; pn[197401] = "196464,197414"; pn[197414] = "197401,197845"; pn[197845] = "197414,197899"; pn[197899] = "197845,199254"; pn[199254] = "197899,197512"; pn[197512] = "199254,197526"; pn[197526] = "197512,197531"; pn[197531] = "197526,197545"; pn[197545] = "197531,197628"; pn[197628] = "197545,197522"; pn[197522] = "197628,197530"; pn[197530] = "197522,198746"; pn[198746] = "197530,545624"; pn[545624] = "198746,562015"; pn[562015] = "545624,562082"; pn[562082] = "562015,562091"; pn[562091] = "562082,562190"; pn[562190] = "562091,594402"; pn[594402] = "562190,562007"; pn[562007] = "594402,589404"; pn[589404] = "562007,589472"; pn[589472] = "589404,589567"; pn[589567] = "589472,594425"; pn[594425] = "589567,594440"; pn[594440] = "594425,594482"; pn[594482] = "594440,611533"; pn[611533] = "594482,611540"; pn[611540] = "611533,611598"; pn[611598] = "611540,611599"; pn[611599] = "611598,611611"; pn[611611] = "611599,611620"; pn[611620] = "611611,611624"; pn[611624] = "611620,611643"; pn[611643] = "611624,611693"; pn[611693] = "611643,611714"; pn[611714] = "611693,611731"; pn[611731] = "611714,611706"; pn[611706] = "611731,611709"; pn[611709] = "611706,611765"; pn[611765] = "611709,611783"; pn[611783] = "611765,612006"; pn[612006] = "611783,612065"; pn[612065] = "612006,612186"; pn[612186] = "612065,612195"; pn[612195] = "612186,612298"; pn[612298] = "612195,612358"; pn[612358] = "612298,612402"; pn[612402] = "612358,613292"; pn[613292] = "612402,612640"; pn[612640] = "613292,612642"; pn[612642] = "612640,676994"; pn[676994] = "612642,612678"; pn[612678] = "676994,612919"; pn[612919] = "612678,613009"; pn[613009] = "612919,613010"; pn[613010] = "613009,613100"; pn[613100] = "613010,613426"; pn[613426] = "613100,613517"; pn[613517] = "613426,613681"; pn[613681] = "613517,613731"; pn[613731] = "613681,613774"; pn[613774] = "613731,613800"; pn[613800] = "613774,613826"; pn[613826] = "613800,613907"; pn[613907] = "613826,613919"; pn[613919] = "613907,613981"; pn[613981] = "613919,613989"; pn[613989] = "613981,613994"; pn[613994] = "613989,614038"; pn[614038] = "613994,616860"; pn[616860] = "614038,616863"; pn[616863] = "616860,616929"; pn[616929] = "616863,620513"; pn[620513] = "616929,616963"; pn[616963] = "620513,620469"; pn[620469] = "616963,620474"; pn[620474] = "620469,620488"; pn[620488] = "620474,620546"; pn[620546] = "620488,620516"; pn[620516] = "620546,620605"; pn[620605] = "620516,620637"; pn[620637] = "620605,624027"; pn[624027] = "620637,624141"; pn[624141] = "624027,624311"; pn[624311] = "624141,624421"; pn[624421] = "624311,624429"; pn[624429] = "624421,624430"; pn[624430] = "624429,624436"; pn[624436] = "624430,624446"; pn[624446] = "624436,624465"; pn[624465] = "624446,625890"; pn[625890] = "624465,625960"; pn[625960] = "625890,626012"; pn[626012] = "625960,626584"; pn[626584] = "626012,626595"; pn[626595] = "626584,626634"; pn[626634] = "626595,626669"; pn[626669] = "626634,627130"; pn[627130] = "626669,627280"; pn[627280] = "627130,627470"; pn[627470] = "627280,627600"; pn[627600] = "627470,627424"; pn[627424] = "627600,627436"; pn[627436] = "627424,629014"; pn[629014] = "627436,629019"; pn[629019] = "629014,629022"; pn[629022] = "629019,627468"; pn[627468] = "629022,627603"; pn[627603] = "627468,627608"; pn[627608] = "627603,628492"; pn[628492] = "627608,628510"; pn[628510] = "628492,628570"; pn[628570] = "628510,628595"; pn[628595] = "628570,628694"; pn[628694] = "628595,628896"; pn[628896] = "628694,628957"; pn[628957] = "628896,630277"; pn[630277] = "628957,630287"; pn[630287] = "630277,630387"; pn[630387] = "630287,630459"; pn[630459] = "630387,630719"; pn[630719] = "630459,630721"; pn[630721] = "630719,630722"; pn[630722] = "630721,630767"; pn[630767] = "630722,630824"; pn[630824] = "630767,630846"; pn[630846] = "630824,630840"; pn[630840] = "630846,630877"; pn[630877] = "630840,630887"; pn[630887] = "630877,630899"; pn[630899] = "630887,630937"; pn[630937] = "630899,630946"; pn[630946] = "630937,631032"; pn[631032] = "630946,636689"; pn[636689] = "631032,637206"; pn[637206] = "636689,637505"; pn[637505] = "637206,637619"; pn[637619] = "637505,637637"; pn[637637] = "637619,637683"; pn[637683] = "637637,637670"; pn[637670] = "637683,637692"; pn[637692] = "637670,637759"; pn[637759] = "637692,637893"; pn[637893] = "637759,645552"; pn[645552] = "637893,637924"; pn[637924] = "645552,637933"; pn[637933] = "637924,637942"; pn[637942] = "637933,637960"; pn[637960] = "637942,637966"; pn[637966] = "637960,637967"; pn[637967] = "637966,637985"; pn[637985] = "637967,637991"; pn[637991] = "637985,642021"; pn[642021] = "637991,642035"; pn[642035] = "642021,642027"; pn[642027] = "642035,642037"; pn[642037] = "642027,642039"; pn[642039] = "642037,642552"; pn[642552] = "642039,642640"; pn[642640] = "642552,642682"; pn[642682] = "642640,642824"; pn[642824] = "642682,642730"; pn[642730] = "642824,643889"; pn[643889] = "642730,643912"; pn[643912] = "643889,643917"; pn[643917] = "643912,645223"; pn[645223] = "643917,645411"; pn[645411] = "645223,645423"; pn[645423] = "645411,645456"; pn[645456] = "645423,645549"; pn[645549] = "645456,646834"; pn[646834] = "645549,646944"; pn[646944] = "646834,647874"; pn[647874] = "646944,647898"; pn[647898] = "647874,655731"; pn[655731] = "647898,655954"; pn[655954] = "655731,655956"; pn[655956] = "655954,655967"; pn[655967] = "655956,676384"; pn[676384] = "655967,676387"; pn[676387] = "676384,676838"; pn[676838] = "676387,676852"; pn[676852] = "676838,676977"; pn[676977] = "676852,682239"; pn[682239] = "676977,682248"; pn[682248] = "682239,682427"; pn[682427] = "682248,682599"; pn[682599] = "682427,682625"; pn[682625] = "682599,686618"; pn[686618] = "682625,687212"; pn[687212] = "686618,701742"; pn[701742] = "687212,701795"; pn[701795] = "701742,709294"; pn[709294] = "701795,709476"; pn[709476] = "709294,709563"; pn[709563] = "709476,709582"; pn[709582] = "709563,710443"; pn[710443] = "709582,710448"; pn[710448] = "710443,710483"; pn[710483] = "710448,710893"; pn[710893] = "710483,710485"; pn[710485] = "710893,710503"; pn[710503] = "710485,710544"; pn[710544] = "710503,710552"; pn[710552] = "710544,710574"; pn[710574] = "710552,710770"; pn[710770] = "710574,710787"; pn[710787] = "710770,710908"; pn[710908] = "710787,710917"; pn[710917] = "710908,711001"; pn[711001] = "710917,711010"; pn[711010] = "711001,711667"; pn[711667] = "711010,711947"; pn[711947] = "711667,711953"; pn[711953] = "711947,712013"; pn[712013] = "711953,712218"; pn[712218] = "712013,712255"; pn[712255] = "712218,712454"; pn[712454] = "712255,712517"; pn[712517] = "712454,712538"; pn[712538] = "712517,712559"; pn[712559] = "712538,712640"; pn[712640] = "712559,712735"; pn[712735] = "712640,715109"; pn[715109] = "712735,715111"; pn[715111] = "715109,715146"; pn[715146] = "715111,715187"; pn[715187] = "715146,719056"; pn[719056] = "715187,721681"; pn[721681] = "719056,721748"; pn[721748] = "721681,721795"; pn[721795] = "721748,755702"; pn[755702] = "721795,755705"; pn[755705] = "755702,756159"; pn[756159] = "755705,756166"; pn[756166] = "756159,795180"; pn[795180] = "756166,756181"; pn[756181] = "795180,756226"; pn[756226] = "756181,756233"; pn[756233] = "756226,756248"; pn[756248] = "756233,756293"; pn[756293] = "756248,756291"; pn[756291] = "756293,756295"; pn[756295] = "756291,756297"; pn[756297] = "756295,756301"; pn[756301] = "756297,756299"; pn[756299] = "756301,756302"; pn[756302] = "756299,756303"; pn[756303] = "756302,756304"; pn[756304] = "756303,756308"; pn[756308] = "756304,758033"; pn[758033] = "756308,759519"; pn[759519] = "758033,759536"; pn[759536] = "759519,758070"; pn[758070] = "759536,758073"; pn[758073] = "758070,758079"; pn[758079] = "758073,758175"; pn[758175] = "758079,758840"; pn[758840] = "758175,758845"; pn[758845] = "758840,759541"; pn[759541] = "758845,759545"; pn[759545] = "759541,759638"; pn[759638] = "759545,759647"; pn[759647] = "759638,767840"; pn[767840] = "759647,767994"; pn[767994] = "767840,768006"; pn[768006] = "767994,773559"; pn[773559] = "768006,773595"; pn[773595] = "773559,773725"; pn[773725] = "773595,773862"; pn[773862] = "773725,773883"; pn[773883] = "773862,791213"; pn[791213] = "773883,791219"; pn[791219] = "791213,791229"; pn[791229] = "791219,813891"; pn[813891] = "791229,813896"; pn[813896] = "813891,816016"; pn[816016] = "813896,816165"; pn[816165] = "816016,816170"; pn[816170] = "816165,816172"; pn[816172] = "816170,817648"; pn[817648] = "816172,817701"; pn[817701] = "817648,817705"; pn[817705] = "817701,817702"; pn[817702] = "817705,817717"; pn[817717] = "817702,817739"; pn[817739] = "817717,817748"; pn[817748] = "817739,817758"; pn[817758] = "817748,817759"; pn[817759] = "817758,817762"; pn[817762] = "817759,817764"; pn[817764] = "817762,817792"; pn[817792] = "817764,817828"; pn[817828] = "817792,831531"; pn[831531] = "817828,831565"; pn[831565] = "831531,832020"; pn[832020] = "831565,832088"; pn[832088] = "832020,832091"; pn[832091] = "832088,834311"; pn[834311] = "832091,834368"; pn[834368] = "834311,838858"; pn[838858] = "834368,843436"; pn[843436] = "838858,843476"; pn[843476] = "843436,909170"; pn[909170] = "843476,1067057"; pn[1067057] = "909170,1067097"; pn[1067097] = "1067057,1067321"; pn[1067321] = "1067097,1067353"; pn[1067353] = "1067321,1067402"; pn[1067402] = "1067353,1067410"; pn[1067410] = "1067402,1067466"; pn[1067466] = "1067410,1067490"; pn[1067490] = "1067466,1067522"; pn[1067522] = "1067490,1067530"; pn[1067530] = "1067522,1067562"; pn[1067562] = "1067530,1067594"; pn[1067594] = "1067562,1067690"; pn[1067690] = "1067594,1067698"; pn[1067698] = "1067690,1067714"; pn[1067714] = "1067698,1068706"; pn[1068706] = "1067714,1068778"; pn[1068778] = "1068706,1068770"; pn[1068770] = "1068778,1068969"; pn[1068969] = "1068770,1069641"; pn[1069641] = "1068969,1069745"; pn[1069745] = "1069641,1069777"; pn[1069777] = "1069745,1069841"; pn[1069841] = "1069777,1128249"; pn[1128249] = "1069841,1070225"; pn[1070225] = "1128249,1070505"; pn[1070505] = "1070225,1070761"; pn[1070761] = "1070505,1071185"; pn[1071185] = "1070761,1073353"; pn[1073353] = "1071185,1073361"; pn[1073361] = "1073353,1073729"; pn[1073729] = "1073361,1074953"; pn[1074953] = "1073729,1305201"; pn[1305201] = "1074953,1305205"; pn[1305205] = "1305201,1305231"; pn[1305231] = "1305205,1318473"; pn[1318473] = "1305231,1305233"; pn[1305233] = "1318473,1310615"; pn[1310615] = "1305233,1310625"; pn[1310625] = "1310615,1310697"; pn[1310697] = "1310625,1310703"; pn[1310703] = "1310697,1318559"; pn[1318559] = "1310703,36758"; // cached usernames pu[0] = guestphrase; pu[348] = "rsdeo"; pu[938] = "dynamic73"; pu[270] = "dogstar"; pu[127] = "BillyM"; pu[17] = "Norbie"; pu[78] = "RaptorRacing"; pu[62] = "williamb82"; pu[157] = "Frank_MA61"; pu[15] = "zank"; pu[28] = "jdk_ii"; pu[110] = "justcallmefrank"; pu[57] = "SupraFiend"; pu[2] = "Tommy"; pu[81] = "The_Merovingian"; pu[48] = "SupraWes"; pu[136] = "BlackSupra"; pu[68] = "RWDCelicadude"; pu[84] = "StanS"; pu[890] = "bbaacchhyy"; pu[2008] = "nikwal"; pu[2617] = "Fiss240"; pu[3286] = "joorsh"; pu[847] = "joefoe"; pu[2442] = "Chrisfrom1986"; pu[1384] = "Dangerous Ken"; pu[1541] = "walkerhiboost"; pu[2432] = "punkara"; pu[166] = "TEMPEST"; pu[497] = "KCheng"; pu[420] = "935motorsports"; pu[472] = "elhsupra"; pu[2112] = "kmfdmk"; pu[10] = "SilverMk2"; pu[2675] = "discoelk"; pu[5112] = "SolidStateS15"; pu[7864] = "Cap\\\'n 2jz"; pu[9556] = "zuprax85"; pu[5242] = "Road Ripper"; pu[5461] = "83restomod"; pu[2927] = "sickntwstdtoy"; pu[2067] = "Wolfgang"; pu[12418] = "nofords"; pu[153] = "CarFreek"; pu[3980] = "alfun"; pu[9854] = "IDreamOfSupra"; pu[8422] = "Supra Ev"; pu[8496] = "Christoph"; pu[402] = "Muchbzy"; pu[173] = "Suprafanatic"; pu[15925] = "Boehm"; pu[14722] = "Benjaminvegeta"; pu[1855] = "frankie_lala"; pu[6011] = "viper92086"; pu[12111] = "rce311"; pu[17625] = "sietekk"; pu[713] = "4SFED"; pu[18830] = "suprachick83"; pu[1420] = "solid693"; pu[19038] = "revvhappy"; pu[5202] = "Token Blk Guy"; pu[18947] = "dekidori"; pu[22674] = "ae86_1ggte"; pu[1376] = "gamble"; pu[269] = "supra_toy"; pu[38369] = "ShadeThoonigans"; pu[18148] = "$9ktt"; pu[912] = "Darrow"; // -->

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      Quote Originally Posted by williamb82 View Post
      Your using the wrong hub.

      "Hub:1990 to 1992 Infiniti M30 uses a floating disc and is 4x114.3. Must change studs to 12x1.5mm and center bore is 66.1mm, machine down to 60.1mm. Hub reg is 68mm. Will clear MPV disc."
      Yes, but where to find the elusive 1990-1992 M30 hub...

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