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Only one way to find out :)!
 

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NOPE. Lol. What would you use for a rotor? Are you a machinist? Bracketry would be a task and a half. 300ZX is a 5 bolt Versa 4 bolt
redrilling rotors is not anything new. I've seen 300zx calipers on plenty of vehicles such as 240sx, g20's, sentra's etc. Also I have seen plenty of people go five lug and then use 300zx or skyline brakes. There are also big brake kits available for the Versa. Maybe one of those rotors would work? Then again maybe you should just buy the whole brake kit :).

It's never an easy task for the first person to do something. But there is always someone willing to try.
 

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I have never seen em on a g20. Usually you would use the bolt on brembos off the spec v sentra. You could make it work on a versa, but it wouldnt be worth it. By the time you got everything done, you could buy the rotora bbk and have a reliable bolt on brake kit
 

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I have never seen em on a g20. Usually you would use the bolt on brembos off the spec v sentra. You could make it work on a versa, but it wouldnt be worth it. By the time you got everything done, you could buy the rotora bbk and have a reliable bolt on brake kit
guess you learn something new every day! Also 5 lug is getting very common on the G20. The brembo upgrade is the easiest but finding those calipers for a decent price is really hard.
 

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$285 in the US for one then $150 for a rotor. So your looking at $870 not counting pads which are crazy money from dealer. So obviously go aftermarket. All said and done it's close to $1,000 to swap it over. Then you need 17" wheels to clear them! I would love to throw some brembo's on my g20.
 

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I was going by nissan MSRP. I can get them cheaper from infiniti of scottsdale, courtesy, greg V or a few others I know of but then I have to pay shipping too so not that much of a savings. I could also save by going aftermarket rotors too. Your prices are very good.

They are about $215 a piece from the places above. If I could get them for the $125 you say in the US, I'd already have them on the car :D. You seem to get very good deals. You must have an excellent dealership.
 
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