No, they have a single cylinder caliper.I think the SXL already had these...
Probably cheaper to buy a BBK!!!!.....Great review of how they're still working out for ya! How much for the "Julian, make them for Jason" pair?
And did you use the brake line bolt from the original or used the new one that came with the 2 piston calipers. Btw how are you liking them so far? Is it really worth it or am I wasting my time.I had to "clock" (rotate) the brake lines where they attach to the calipers, but re-used the stock lines without issue.
Thanks! I plan to go with the Brake Pads Julio Kia mentioned. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C1Q6PA?tag=vs-auto-convert-amazon-20I simply disconnected the OEM lines from the OEM calipers and attached them to the XG350 calipers. I didn't know the car that well when I put them on, but after driving other cars, I get back in and notice the feel is really increased. It will depend on your choice of pads, of course. If you plan on putting dustless, high-mileage type pads in there is no point to this mod. My EBC redstuffs are okay; they make dust like an Oklahoma dust storm but it hauls down when it needs to. I plan on tryin G-LOC pads next with even higher hopes for the performance. I also added speed bleeder bleed nipples while I was changing the claipers so bleeding is a one man affair going forward Be sure to use a good quality fluid and change it "regularly" (I change my brake fluid and trans fluid more than called for; cheap maintenance).
Depends what you're after. Those look very "OEM" to me. My EBC redstuffs dust like an S.O.B but feel stronger than stock which I prefer. Each to their own. I passed 7 cars closer to the end of a 'T' intersection of a highway than I thought it was this summer, and my passenger said "I get why you upgraded your brakes but not the power, now.".Thanks! I plan to go with the Brake Pads Julio Kia mentioned. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C1Q6PA?tag=vs-auto-convert-amazon-20
what do you think about those?
The XG350 caliper setup will fit 2014-2015 models. However you will have to get the larger SX rotors. Cross-referenced the part numbers for those years and they match up.Will these calipers work on my 2015 LX? I read thru the post and didn't see anyone say yes or no.
Thank you Allen
I have this for sale if interested.I would suspect no. I think only the SX and SX-L have the larger front rotors which match these calipers.