In our continuing support of Lexus performance products and the UZ platform, we have finished this set of brackets to mount LS460 / LS600h brake calipers to any GS300, GS400, GS430, or SC430!
These brackets are ideal for those DIYers that are looking for an inexpensive option for brake upgrades. You keep your factory brake lines in this bolt-on solution; all you need is a set of front 2007-2018 LS460, LS460L or LS600 fixed 4 piston brake calipers, LS460 fitment pads, and a set of 2008-2014 IS-F 14" rotors!
Although the roll center adjusters aren't mandatory, they provide a bolt on solution. You do not have to run them, though if you do not, you may need to modify the mounting hardware. They will improve the suspension geometry on lowered cars at any rate, so we highly recommend them.
Please note that the LS460 does NOT use 5x114.3 rotors, so you will NOT be able to bolt on the LS460 rotor. We do not have fitment confirmation on the larger LS460 F-Sport 6 piston Brembo brakes, though they may also fit when used with larger rotors
☼ 1992-2005 Lexus GS300 / Toyota Aristo
☼ 1998-2000 Lexus GS400 / Toyota Aristo
☼ 2001-2005 Lexus GS430 / Toyota Aristo
☼ 2001-2005 Toyota Crown Majesta 1UZ
☼ 2001-2010 Lexus SC430 / Toyota Soarer
☼ 1998-2017 Toyota Century V12 GZG50
☼ 1995-2000 Lexus LS400 / Toyota Celsior UCF20
You will receive 1 pair of brackets to mount both front calipers, as well as mounting hardware. Please note that we normally stock the brackets and rotors, however it may take 1 week to ship the calipers. Please note that free shipping is for the continental US 48 states only
Pictures show the K17 type caliper being used. According to OE specs, the N18 caliper has the same mounting hole locations, despite the caliper being of a different casting. We have measured them both to be 185mm center to center
We have tried a number of different rear caliper/rotor combos, including LS460, LS430, CTS-V, and others, and we have not been able to safely produce a quality budget rear kit to go along with this front kit. Front brakes for most cars does 70% of the braking at any rate, so until we can figure out a final solution without breaking the bank, we will not be able to offer a rear kit as well