View Full Version : difference between banjo and an-fitment

silvia lover
05-03-2003, 06:14 PM
ok guys, i been looking for quite a bit but still haven't see much about it. My question is is it ok to use banjo type brake line for 300zx front brake conversion instead of -An style(if i recall it right)? if not, why? because in projectsilvia.com they have 2 kinds for sales, one is the -an style which normally using by 300zx, they also carry the banjo style for the conversion too. just curious because i got the banjo style for the conversion a while ago and wonder will it be any problem account to what it say on PDM site.
Hope someone can give me an idea of both adv, and disadv if there are any. thanks for reading it and any info counts.
later guys

05-03-2003, 07:54 PM
Advantages of Banjo bolt on Z32 brakes: none.

Disadvantages of Banjo bolt on Z32 brakes: The surface to which the banjo bolt touches the caliper is not designed to be a sealing surface. You run the chance of leaks. Many people have done it, but you might as well do it right. Robert will probably allow you to trade the lines.