When installing a hydraulic e-brake in your car, you'd typically have to drill holes or weld a bracket in place. With the value of S-chassis' on the increase and the desire for people to not want to have to chop/cut/drill/weld to their cars, we have made these brackets.
This bracket bolts to the stock gearbox shifter hole and allows you to fit our hydraulic e-brake assembly without modifications to either the gearbox tunnel or even the center console.
- 100% direct fit with no modifications required to the gearbox tunnel or center console
- Available for either S13 or S14 240sx and fits both LHD and RHD variants.
- Laser cut from 5mm thick 4130 Chromoly sheet and zinc coated for longevity
- Includes 4x replacement M6x20mm bolts
FAQsWill this work with "insert brand of hydraulic hyandbrake here"?
No, this bracket is designed specifically for our hydraulic e-brake assembly. We do however make a universal type blank plate.
Please refer to that listing for use with alternate brand e-brake assemblies
Are any permanent modifications required to fit this bracket?
No, you do not need to make any permanent modifications to your vehicle to fit this bracket and this bracket has been designed so that no modifications are required to the center console in either a LHD or RHD S13 Silvia/180sx/S13 240sx.
NissanS13 KA24 240SX
S13 KA24 HATCH
S13 SR20 240SX HATCH
S13 SR20 240SX/SILVIA
Works in nissan laurels also
Good to know! Do you happen to have any photos?
I enjoy it, installed it, haven’t go to utilize it yet though.
Was a very easy install, solid part and not much modification to install. A+ part
The mount does not fit without cutting center console. The advertisement said it was not necessary to cut console. So I have not been able to use mount on this car with full interior. Gonna just save it for a track car build. But, non the less bummed out.
Hi Kenny, sorry to hear of the trouble that you had. Have you got any photos showing where you would have to cut? From our test cars we didn't have to cut anything so I'm a little confused as to what issue you encountered.