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240z brake discs for samuri

Discussion in '240Z / 260Z / 280Z' started by Mr Ex Jnr, May 7, 2015.

  1. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

  2. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

    photo of 4 pot
     

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  3. maharg

    maharg
    Z Club Member

    HI,I HAVE THE SAME DISCS ON MY
    Hi I have the same discs and callipers on my 240z that I am rebuilding,i do not know what the discs are,did you ever find out what yours were?i am looking to get new ones,and if possible a re furb kit for callipers.thanks
     
  4. Crofty

    Crofty
    Z Club Member

    Has anyone found a supplier of the PEUGEOT 505 2.2 GTi 81 to 92 front discs? I am down to my last set having warped quite a few of them racing. Everyone I have tried have completely run out of stock!

    Thanks
     
  5. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

  6. Crofty

    Crofty
    Z Club Member

    Thanks - DC Performance and Brembo are out of stock even though it shows on their website.

    Just ordered the set on EBay - thank you very much for spotting them :)
     
  7. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

  8. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

  9. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member


    Is Your setup with 4 pots on the front.

    Be interesting to see how they bolt to the hub
     
  10. samuri-240

    samuri-240 New Forum User

    Obviously your car is fitted with the AP Racing mounting bells, in later years Spike moved onto the Peugeot disc's as the price of the AP disc's & mounting bells was really crazy.
     
  11. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

    So what hubs did spike use on mine then
     
  12. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

    Ap do not make bells for our cars. Never have done.

    What calipers have you got fitted?
     
  13. Rob Gaskin

    Rob Gaskin Treasurer Staff Member Moderator

    Well I have no idea but when I used Pug discs on my 240Z I had 260Z hubs.
     
  14. atomman

    atomman Active Forum User

    I tried to find some last year and no one had any :( ordered a few sets from variuos suppliers Brembo, eBay etc etc and they all let me down and ended up refunding my money,

    I have found a replacement disc for the pug ones now but does need a bit of machining like the 505 ones
     
  15. atomman

    atomman Active Forum User

    sorry do you mean vented ones or solid ?

    I'm talking about the vented type
     
  16. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member


    I have got range rover 4 pots

    Disc are mk2 escort monte carlo tarmac spec

    My disc are 25mm thick diameter of 260mm

    Be nice to no what hub they used


    Pictures are on the thread from 1st page
     
  17. toopy

    toopy
    Z Club Member

    I had this kerfuffle last year as well, in the end I admitted defeat and ordered some 4lug vented Z31 rotors from the US!
     
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  18. franky

    franky
    Z Club Member

    Have you any better pics? Is it a spacer bolted to the standard hub with the disc then bolted to that? It doesn't look like a 'proper' bell arrangement at all?
     
  19. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

    There were no spaces on the hub when you took it off just there were spacers on caliper to get that sit in line with disc
    There was a spacer for the wheel so don't catch the caluper

    I just wanted to see some one else set up on a samuri or 240z just see variation but car works fine had no issues like

    Just wanted to no what hub was off on 1st page thread if got a picture of hub to disc
     
  20. Mr Ex Jnr

    Mr Ex Jnr Zeds is the way iv been shown Staff Member

    Has a standard 240 hub got 6 bolt holes in it so you can bolt your disc to it
     

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