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350Z Carbon Fiber Brake Duct - Back Order
350Z Carbon Fiber Brake Ducts


 
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List Price: $505.78
Our Price: $475.00
Savings: $30.78

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Product Code: NR100-AD001
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Back order - 1 month out before production resumes.

Invest in brake cooling to prolong the life of other more expensive consumables and components and increase safety and consistency on track.

The 350Z is notorious for generating overly high brake temperatures during track and racing conditions. High brake temperatures can lead to brake failure by boiling fluid, glazing brake pads, disintegrating brake pads, or by destroying caliper piston seals. The NextRev brake ducts provide cooling air into the center of the rotor hat for distribution radially through the rotor cooling passages in order to reduce brake system temperatures.

  • Aerospace grade carbon fiber with high temperature Bismalemide resin
  • Replaces OEM brake shield
  • Ceramic coating for further temperature and chemical resistance
  • Ducts air to rotor hat, does not blow on rotor surface
  • Utilizes 2.5" flex hose for feed air

*Bumper inlet and flex hose not included
*Attention big brake upgrades - these ducts were designed for standard rotor thickness/offset and standard 205mm rotor hat inlet diameter. Other rotor dimensions may require trimming for fitment.

Finish Options
In order to keep material costs reasonable, these ducts are manufactured with a wet layup process. Because it is impossible to accurately control resin ratio with a wet layup, some surface pitting occurs. Normally a thick gelcoat would be applied in order to hide surface imperfections, but in a high temperature and high performance application the gelcoat is not appropriate. We offer two finish options for the ducts:
  • Raw - Ceramic coating is applied straight out of the mold resulting in the lightest weight part. Surface will have pin holes, part is otherwise fully functional.
  • Aesthetic Finish Coat - Additional coats of epoxy are added and sanded back down to the carbon in order to fill in surface imperfections. The ceramic coating is then applied on the near perfect surface giving a very excelent cosmetic finish.