Brembo GT-R System – GT-R R35


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The GT-R braking systems are designed to meet the needs of aggressive braking whether on the road or the track.

GT-R is the most advanced expression of all Brembo’s experience in braking system design. The GT-R Kit is comprised of single block billet aluminium calipers with 4 and 6 piston radial attachment, two piece floating discs, pads with different friction material and high performance hardware.

Single block calipers in billet aluminium with racing characteristics:  lightweight, rigid and resistant to high temperatures.

The GT-R calipers are made from billet aluminium with radial 6 piston attachments. They reduce the non suspended weight, improving the dynamics and vehicle performance.

They are designed to provide a constant locking strength and the sensation of a stable and reliable pedal.

The pistons with stainless steel radiators allow a significant reduction of heat passage during extreme driving, reducing brake wear to a minimum.

In order to guarantee protection against corrosion and to provide high quality in the field, the GT-R calipers are nickel plated and have the Brembo logo CNC machined in red embossing.


Disc Type Options:
Cross Drilled: Designed to evacuate the out gassing of brake pads or water from the surface of the rotor. Modern brake pads do not have this issue anymore but the drilled rotor has remained. The drilled holes are especially useful in wet conditions were the brake surface is large as in many high performance cars. Drills help in cooling the brake surface great for street cars with street pads designed to run at a lower temperature. the drilled holes also help to refresh the pad surface. As the holes pass across the brake pad  they essentially clean the surface  helping to prevent glazing or hardening and provides a more consistent frictional performance. 
  • Benefit: offers the highest initial response of all the available disc face types while continuously refreshing the braking surface and being also typically a bit lighter.
  • Drawback: Drilled discs are generally more prone to heat checking and thermal cracking if used consistently at extremely high temperatures. This however, really depends on the track, driver, and chassis setup.
 Slotted: Developed to provide the same pad surface refreshing as the drilled rotor while addressing the issues of thermal cracking that occurs on drilled rotors when used with aggressive friction materials used in racing. Emphasis on stable brake feel and resilience against thermal cracking.
  • Benefit: stable braking feel at all temperatures, low disc wear, and continuously refreshing the braking surface for optimum performance.
  • Drawback: The Type 1 standard disc face has the lowest “initial response” or “bite” compared to Brembo Drilled, Type III or Type V discs.

Type III: Motorsport developed face type with an emphasis on high initial response while maintaining a smooth pedal release.

  •  Benefit: highest overall braking confidence, control, and allows driver to spend less time on the brake pedal. When chasing the fastest lap time, less time on the brake pedal typically leads to a quicker lap time.
  • Drawback: Any disc with an aggressive face type like the Type III will have a higher chance to mechanically abrade the pad and disc surface leading to quicker or uneven pad wear. However, this really depends on variables such as car setup or track layout.
Disc Material/Finish:
  • Advanced High Carbon Alloy / Corrosion Resistant Plating
Disc Diameter:
  • 405mm
Disc Width (Measurement):
  • 34mm
Disc Air Gap (Measurement):
  • 12mm
Disc Annulus (Measurement):
  • 62mm

Disc Construction:2-Piece Disc Assembly Disc, Vane Design Vented Curved 48 Vane, Floating H-Bobbin with Anti Rattle Spring

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Additional information

R35 Year

2009-2011, 2012-2015

Brembo Rotor Types

Drilled, Type I Slotted, Type III

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