thanks but if you machine the rotor of the GT4 to 300 mm will it be a direct fitment or the off set is not the same ?First of all, original GT4 rotor will not work because it touches the lower ball joint.
I don't know the caliper part number but i think you can ask 6GC guys about it.
stock brake cylinder, the pump, support it no problem. I have went to some twisty roads and I am still alive.
lol, yes!!!Would there be any problem if it grind the lower balljoint?
Problem of the spacer on the hub would be that the caliper would then also need to move outwards by the same amount. That would be achieved by shaving down the bracket lightly...in theory it should work. As long as somebody can afford the downtime (like me at the moment!) then I'm fairly sure this shouldn't be the hardest thing in the world to do.but if insted of taking 3 mm of the calipers we can put a 3 mm spacer in the hub its the same thing and the disc will be a litle bit away from the ball joint right
also will this fit the stock 16 wheel ? it should ft becouse the GT4 was a 315 mm discs and it uses 16 inch wheels
i also found out that trial uses this kit for the ZZT231 but they use a R32 GTR brake rotor its 296 mm 32
315mm might be cutting it a bit fine in regards to ventilation. I know 300mm is what the R32 GTR ran with 16" rims. Can't really say for certain as I don't use larger rotors, but they do create a larger heat sink.lol, yes!!!
And yes, 315mm discs should be fine on 16" wheels, as my wheels on my car had come off from a st205 when I bought them.
iam gona use the merc discs315mm might be cutting it a bit fine in regards to ventilation. I know 300mm is what the R32 GTR ran with 16" rims. Can't really say for certain as I don't use larger rotors, but they do create a larger heat sink.
Can elaborate more on what the potential problems might faced in this grinding situation?
the ball joint is a moving part of the suspension , if hit the disc it will wreck the disc and destroy the ball joint , that was the suspension moving lower arm if gets really damaged it will , supose at high speed you can have acident etc , trust me its bad