|Minor cracking of the rotors|
|These show a bit larger cracks|
The cracking rotors are fairly normal, unfortunately. This is one of those issues that I have been talking about since before this car was released to the US market. The R35 GTR is a big heavy car, and even with a huge brake rotor, it is a OEM product made for the more mass market than the higher performance end of the market.
|STILLEN/AP J-Hook rotors|
The proven track and hard street race use rotor for the Nissan GT-R is the STILLEN/AP racing curved vane rotor. We sell them as a set for $1198.64 each , or $2397.28 for the four, including hardware. At the shop here we charge $99 per axle for the rotor and pad replacement. $198 for all 4. The best fluid we have is the AP608 and it runs $28.99 per bottle x3 for the system=$86.97. Brake pads. Ferodo DS2500 fronts are $401.31 and rears are $206.63. We can even add some stainless steel lines at $314.79 +$198 to install(bleed and flush).
Total installed would be $3802.98 here at STILLEN. That is four, better than stock rotors. Better than stock pads. Better than stock fluid, and new stainless steel brake lines. For less than the 9k, you could have it shipped to us, we could do it, and ship it back.
However if you want the ultimate brake upgrade for a GT-R, we have the CCM, carbon ceramic matrix brake rotors at $15,990. 38 lbs lighter than stock, and they should last the life of the car.