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post #1 of 19 Old 07-19-2010, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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FS:Brembo Front calipers!

For sale Refurbished front calipers with rotors.








http://cgi.ebay.com/NISSAN-SENTRA-SE...item2eaea0eb67

$950

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post #2 of 19 Old 07-20-2010, 07:52 AM
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FYI you need to post your price and not just the link to ebay.. nice setup, good luck with your sale.

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Why so pricey? You can get Wilwood 4 piston calipers with 12" rotors and pads for half that.

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why is the price so high?

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Lmao 1200 buck!? U gotta b ****ting me there new at dealer for 250 a piece! This is a rip off ppl
Tell me what dealer has custom powder coated "BREMBO" cailpers?
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Why so pricey? You can get Wilwood 4 piston calipers with 12" rotors and pads for half that.
First of all these calipers were a pain to find, then getting these refinished was another headache, also the hardware I used all came from nissan dealer. I know Wilwoods 4 piston are cheaper but they can be found with ease. Brembo of this condition are very rare!
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do you realize that the brembo package was a $400 option from the factory? and if you got it after you bought the car it was closer to $800? that's also with it all installed and ready to go. they're brembos, sweet. but not $1200 sweet.
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First of all these calipers were a pain to find, then getting these refinished was another headache, also the hardware I used all came from nissan dealer. I know Wilwoods 4 piston are cheaper but they can be found with ease. Brembo of this condition are very rare!
You're still not making sense, if I can go to Nissan and get them brand new from factory for $800, (as the last poster suggested) who cares what the condition of these used calipers are and the time you spent getting them there! I think all we're saying is you need to lower your expectations on how much money you're expecting to make on these calipers.

$500 - $600 OK, I could see that but $1,200 plus shipping For $1,200, you better be rolling up to my door in the Sentra these came off of!

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would be surprised if they sell...that price is retarded high. They were like $500 from the factory new, already installed on the car!

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Agreed with above posters...

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Agreed with above posters...

GLWS.
Same, Sorry man $1200 is insane. Here are mine that cost me $450 after I rebuilt them and powered coating them.



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Sorry spec v community that price was way over board. I reduced the price to $950 buy it now and is still at $750 on auction
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lol. at nissan parts.org they are $214 per caliper, brand new.

thats $428 for both, brand new.

if you spent money rebuilding them and re-powdercoating them, then you have successfully brought them up to new condition, but that doesnt mean you can sell them above new condition.

and iirc, spec v brembos already come in gold.

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lol. at nissan parts.org they are $214 per caliper, brand new.

thats $428 for both, brand new.

if you spent money rebuilding them and re-powdercoating them, then you have successfully brought them up to new condition, but that doesnt mean you can sell them above new condition.

and iirc, spec v brembos already come in gold.

good luck dude.

But look sexxxy in red
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