The GKTECH 2 pot Nissan dual caliper bracket is unique in that it doesn't require the use of Mustang rotors (common among others) and only spaces the hub out 7mm's with limited modifications required to fit. In addition to the minimal spacing, this is also the only bracket that we're aware of that retains the factory drum handbrake.
Compatible with either a pair of Z32, R32, R33 or R34 2 piston rear calipers using the corresponding rotor.
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- Nissan 180sx
- Nissan S13 Silvia
- Nissan S14 200SX
- Nissan S15 200SX
- Nissan Skyline R32 GTS, GTS-T & GTR (non Brembo)
- Nissan Skyline R32 GTS4
- Nissan Skyline R33 GTS, GTS-T
- Nissan Skyline R33 GTS4
- Nissan Skyline R34 25GT
- Nissan Skyline R34 25GT-T
- Nissan C33
- Nissan C34
- Nissan C35
- Nissan A31 Cefiro
- Nissan 300ZX Z32
NOTE: Will NOT fit Z32/GTR/R34 aluminium rear knuckles without some trimming of the knuckle (not too difficult)
I've heard dual caliper brackets push your hub out?Yes, some can as much as 12mm however our brackets only push the hub out 7mm.
What modifications are required?Fitting an extra caliper in this space is not easy but this bracket does make things a lot easier and is an easy install. Simply cut your standard brake caliper mounts off, trim your brake dust cover to suit and shave the calipers where they butt up against one another, that's all you need to do to fit this bracket.
Can I still use my drum handbrake?Yep, you sure can. Our kit is the only that I'm aware of that allows this. It bolts straight up with no modifications required to get your drum working as it was previously.Will this kit work with aftermarket knuckles?These brackets are designed to be used with the OEM knuckles. They can NOT be used with aftermarket knuckles.
Will these work with OEM S-Chassis calipers?No they will not. These brackets will only work with Nissan 2pot calipers and their corresponding rotor Will these work with OEM non turbo Skyline or Z32 calipers?No they will not. These brackets will only work with Nissan 2pot calipers and their corresponding rotor Should I run an axle spacer and if so, what size??By installing this bracket you are spacing the hub out 7mm, this is taken up by the driveshaft. This causing the bearings inside the driveshaft to run on the edge of the cup, which can lead to premature failures. We suggest adding axle spacers to put the stretched amount back into the driveshaft to ensure it runs further inside the cup and in turn is stronger and more reliable. We recommend checking which size you need by jacking your car up and dropping it down on ramps, this will load the suspension to its normal operating height. From there, disconnect the diff to driveshaft bolts and with the driveshaft in a relaxed position measure the gap. Keep in mind the distance of the plate that is supplied with this kit and factor that into the final number, that will tell you what size axle spacer you need. Simple answer for 99% of setups is 5mm if your car isn't super low / 10mm if your car is super low.