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Old 08-18-2013, 06:50 PM
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2011 G37x Brake rotor problem

Ok i ordered from autoanything the powerstop evolution front and rear brake kit. Came with drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads. The rear pads were correct but the rear rotors were smaller only allowing for half the pad to have rotor coverage and the fronts were also smaller not by as much. Autoanything says this is the kit for my car but obviously its not. Anyone have this issue and know what the size of the front and rear rotors are I have a 2011 g37x coupe not sport edition. The front is a normal caliper not the sexy sport calipers :-(. I do know what im doing as I am a collision and refinish tech.
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Ok i ordered from autoanything the powerstop evolution front and rear brake kit. Came with drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads. The rear pads were correct but the rear rotors were smaller only allowing for half the pad to have rotor coverage and the fronts were also smaller not by as much. Autoanything says this is the kit for my car but obviously its not. Anyone have this issue and know what the size of the front and rear rotors are I have a 2011 g37x coupe not sport edition. The front is a normal caliper not the sexy sport calipers :-(. I do know what im doing as I am a collision and refinish tech.
Here's your correct rotor sizes~You probably got the AWD Sedan rotors(which I posted below your correct size)
Front~

Rear


G37X SEDAN Front
Rear
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ya after calling my old parts manager in clearwater fl I found that out. Thanks though that was exactly what i was looking for
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Old 08-27-2013, 02:36 PM
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Autoanything needs to update their part ordering system to specify whether you have a coupe or sedan. I received the wrong front pads from them recently. Its a big pain when you have rotors and caliper off only to find out you have to go back to your old setup while you wait 2 weeks for the exchange process.
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Originally Posted by ai3j50 View Post
Autoanything needs to update their part ordering system to specify whether you have a coupe or sedan. I received the wrong front pads from them recently. Its a big pain when you have rotors and caliper off only to find out you have to go back to your old setup while you wait 2 weeks for the exchange process.
Been there done that, that's why Rockauto.com is always my first choice.
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Old 08-27-2013, 08:39 PM
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ya they do. Then I had to hunt down the info for them really lol. good thing I was a paint shop manager at a infinity dealers collison center and still know my parts manager. They wont release sizes to the general public.
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Originally Posted by blnewt View Post
Here's your correct rotor sizes~You probably got the AWD Sedan rotors(which I posted below your correct size)
Front~

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G37X SEDAN Front
Rear

so i need the 330 Front & 330 Rear .... correct..?
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so i need the 330 Front & 330 Rear .... correct..?
Yep, those would be the correct ones.
If you had the XS coupe it would be the big 355/350mm set but the coupe X is the 330/330 setup.
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Yep, those would be the correct ones.
If you had the XS coupe it would be the big 355/350mm set but the coupe X is the 330/330 setup.
Hey Bud , i could use your help with finding some Break Pads for my
09 G37x Coupe Std Break Pkg, i cant seem to find the proper akebono pads and am nervous of ordering the wrong item from rockauto.....


Would really appreciate it some help

Thank You
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Hey Bud , i could use your help with finding some Break Pads for my
09 G37x Coupe Std Break Pkg, i cant seem to find the proper akebono pads and am nervous of ordering the wrong item from rockauto.....


Would really appreciate it some help

Thank You
Doesn't seem that Rockauto carries the rear pads, and the front pads aren't described very well
It would appear that the two front pads they have listed are for the base coupe (330mm front rotor) and base sedan (320mm front rotor)
Here's the F&R set at CariD
AkebonoŽ - Infiniti G37 2009 Pro-ACT? Ultra-Premium Ceramic Brake Pads
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Originally Posted by Jrwabw View Post
Ok i ordered from autoanything the powerstop evolution front and rear brake kit. Came with drilled and slotted rotors and ceramic pads. The rear pads were correct but the rear rotors were smaller only allowing for half the pad to have rotor coverage and the fronts were also smaller not by as much. Autoanything says this is the kit for my car but obviously its not. Anyone have this issue and know what the size of the front and rear rotors are I have a 2011 g37x coupe not sport edition. The front is a normal caliper not the sexy sport calipers :-(. I do know what im doing as I am a collision and refinish tech.
Have you been happy with this replacement brake kit? I need to replace my pads and figured I would just replace everything.

Dies anyone else have a review for these on their G?

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Okay so which size rotors would i need for my 2012 g37xS sedan with the standard break calipers not the big sport calipers. 330/330?
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Okay so which size rotors would i need for my 2012 g37xS sedan with the standard break calipers not the big sport calipers. 330/330?
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Okay so which size rotors would i need for my 2012 g37xS sedan with the standard break calipers not the big sport calipers. 330/330?
No, you have the smallest Sedan rotors (same as RWD non-sport) it's 320mm front 307mm rear.
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