Alright, so I'm not happy with my front brakes. and I would also like to get rid of my quite large front spacers. (1") (I'm one of those fags that doesn't like to use spacers, think it's moar baller when you don't need spacers haha)
I've got a '79 280ZX
9.9" front rotors (bolt-on) and a heavy (although quite large pads) calipers.
I want to upgrade to 11" Z32 slip-on rotors and Q45 calipers or Z32 calipers. This leaves me with a few options.
First, no calipers besides stock ones will bolt on to my struts as-is, so I would have to custom make brakets if I want to use my stock struts.
Now, I could upgrade to Z31 struts, which the brakes will basically bolt-on after I redrill the rotors to 4 lug and machine the hubs (no biggie, I know a few people with lathes haha) HOWEVER, this would also mean that I'd have to REDO all the work I JUST recently (within a couple months) redid on my car. rebuild hubs, section struts, etc. etc. on top of having to lengthen the control arms (most likely use an adaptor under the ball joint (it bolts-on). This would allow me to get rid of my spacers, AND upgrade the brakes all in one stride without giving me a shitload of negative camber like my rear haha (unless that would look good? idk) I've got -2.5* on the front and -5.7* on the back.
OR I could keep my stock struts, make adaptors to fit the Q45 brakes, make the control arm adaptors and push the struts out, would give me about 2.5*-3* more negative camber I would assume, and I could get rid of my spacers.
OR I could keep my stock struts and make the adaptors, leave the control arms stock length, use Z32 4-pot calipers but keep the spacers.
basically, what I'm asking is WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
ALSO, this is what my current front suspension looks like: