Wilwood 140-14820 AERO6 Big Brake Front Brake Kit, 14 Inch, Race
Front Position, 5 on 4.5" Bolt Pattern, 14 Inch Rotor Diameter, Vented Rotor Type, Gray
This brake kit is compatible with the following vehicles:
- Infiniti G35 2007-2008 G35 4 Door RWD
- Infiniti G37 2009-2013 2 Door, Except Brembo Brakes
- Infiniti G37 2009-2013 4 Door, Except Brembo Brakes
- Infiniti G37 2008-2013 Brembo Brakes
- Infiniti G37 2008 Except Brembo Brakes
- Nissan 370Z 2009-2013 w/ Sport Package
- Nissan 370Z 2009-2013 w/o Sport Package
*Note-This hub offset will move the wheels inward or outward from the fender by this amount on each side of the vehicle. Check the wheel clearance diagram in the installation instructions below to verify you have adequate wheel clearance for this kit.
ChartsAssembly Instructions (PDF)
Wheel Clearance Diagram (PDF)
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