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N12 Pulsar - Front Performance Brake Rotors *IN STOCK*

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N12 Pulsar - Front Performance Brake Rotors *IN STOCK*

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[center]CMS Performance
N12 Pulsar Front Brake Rotors
Slotted and Cross Drilled
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These rotors will suit:
  • -Nissan Pulsar N12 83-87
    -Nissan Pulsar N12 ET 84-87
    -Nissan Pulsar EXA (non-vented type) 83-85
    -Nissan Sunny/Sentra B11 82-85
    -Nissan Cherry/Langley 82-86
Specifications:
  • -Diameter - 240mm
    -Height - 35.5mm
    -Thickness - 12mm
    -Center hole - 76mm
1x Pair Front Rotors

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BACK IN STOCK!
AUD$170 a pair +Delivery
Will ship worldwide!

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Contact: shane @ cmsperformance.com.au
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Are the pulsar and exa disks different sizes???
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The Prarie and some models of the exa had the smaller diamter, although thicker and vented rotors.
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so these rotars would be more efficient than the prairie vented rotors for my ET, just wondering what size calipers would fit onto these . . . .any model of car i need to take em off?
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i was thinkin about doing the prarie upgrade . .but would rather go with a quality performance product.
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Post by shanec86 »

you use the standard pulsar caliper, but if you want to get custom mounting brackets you can use any caliper you want
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Post by Rohan 84ET »

arnt the prairie brakes a lil bit larger? and the calipers are larger too?

how do these CMS rotors + ET calipers rate?

sorry for the questions . . i am just gonna be getting either one or the other very soon.

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Post by shanec86 »

prairie rotors are smaller

ive never had a problem with the rotors on track days, compared to the standard ones which faded rather quick
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Post by Rohan 84ET »

ah cool . . .well you know what, i think i am going to order a set, do they fit front and rear?

or just front?

also would it be cheaper to get these with the two front CMS coil overs? because of postage.

cos i am definitely very keen m8.
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Post by shanec86 »

They wont fit the rears.
Postage will be the same because each packages already weighs a lot. and its over 20 somthing kg put together.

Ill ask my manufacturer if they can make some rears up. but im going to do these in a group buy if they get done. so there needs to be numbers!
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Post by Rohan 84ET »

these brakes are the best thing since sliced bread.

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lucky i just bought some then :D
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Post by Rohan 84ET »

ay men et.turbo.dude, i want my brakes to be full round clean CMS performance slotted and drilled rotors . . . . .CMS FTW.

now just waiting on CMS rear rotors to be manufactured, any thoughts or progress on this at all shane?
or are you waiting for more numbers?
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nice work, mine will be going on very shortly, cant wait :D

thanks for your work shaneo
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Brakes are in stock ready to go!
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