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2650 River Ave. Suite E
Rosemead, CA, 91770

(213)538-8886

EXQUIS is the premier distributor of quality automotive aftermarket parts. With 15 years of automotive experience under our belt, we are fueled by passion and the goal of never ending self-expression. This is backed by our quality service and quality performance automotive parts. As a company we are always seeking new and innovative products to add to our catalog. We do not take short cuts. Instead we aim to please by taking the road less traveled.

NISSAN R35 GT-R OEM PAD INFO

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The Alcon front 380x34mm (2007-­2011 Models) and 390x32.8mm (2012+) and rear 380x30mm 2-­piece disc upgrades have been specifically designed to use the existing brake pads that are found O.E. on the 2007+ R35 GT­R. NOTE: The pad shapes are the O.E. shapes and do not change regardless of the front disc size.

EXQUIS, as well as most brake pad manufacturers also offer these Nissan R35 GT­R OE shape pads.

 FRONT PAD SAMPLE DRAWING

FRONT PAD SAMPLE DRAWING

 REAR PAD SAMPLE DRAWING 

REAR PAD SAMPLE DRAWING 

COMMONLY AVAILABLE PAD REFERENCE

Front Pads: Pagid U8081, Endless RCP117

Rear Pads: Pagid U1287, Endless RCP118

COMPOUND CHOICE

It is important to use the right brake pads for the exact intended use (Street or Track use). The OE pad material / compound found on the Nissan R35 GT-R is designed for good all-around performance on the street while maintaining low NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) Characteristics.

NOTE

*If using Alcon 2-Piece disc upgrades for off-road or dedicated use on the racetrack, it is important to match the discs up with the right pad compound which can operate at the elevated brake temperatures found on the racetrack or under heavy use. 

*It is not recommended to use race or Motorsport pads designed for the racetrack on the street. Doing so can result in accelerated disc wear and excessive noise (squealing or grinding) on the street.