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Let me first start off by saying I am in America. I tracked the sedan for the first time and need one new rear rotor and possibly two fronts. It is a series 1 RB25DE, and has 4x114.3 (4 stud) bolt pattern. I have been searching for these parts all morning and have had very little luck. I have brand new pads all around, but that site I buy from does not carry rotors. Any help is appreciated, thanks!

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I'm suggesting you measure the rotors on your car. Pop a wheel off and throw a tape measure over the rotor. 

In a few minutes you'll know what size rotors you have then you can order pads/rotors from an Aussie site, plenty of sites to choose from. 

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I did end up finding out that they are 280mm, so I do know what to look for, thanks!

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As well as aussie sites (the 4 stud non turbo rotors aren't that common) you should consider straight from japan. Try someone like Jesse Streeter.

Big problem no matter where they come from is air freight is mega expensive right now because there are no planes to put them on, if you are in hurry to get them it will hurt.

A faster alternative is to find something larger local where the offset between the hat and the rotor is the same. A machine shop can reduce the diameter in a lathe and then drill out the hole for the stud pattern you need.

Unfortunately they guys I usually use to check rotor spec dba.com.au, don't have a listing for a 280mm rotor for an r33 gts sedan.

 

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Fronts are definatly 280mm and rears are 265mm.

 

These are available from UK from several sites, even Ebay, but imagine shipping will be stupidly expensive but maybe worth a try getting some quotes.

Also not sure but NA R34's may use the same sized disks. If so, you could maybe get them and have them redrilled to fit a 4stud bolt pattern?

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