The “Project 200” 200 Series Toyota LandCruiser build is designed to setup the vehicle to produce a capable and durable outback tourer, which is also suitable for day-to-day suburban driving.

The LandCruiser 200 comes equipped with very good brakes from the factory, with relatively large 340/354mm front and 345mm rear discs (rotors). Up front it features four-piston calipers, with single-piston at the rear.

But even very good brakes can be improved upon, and particularly if you have a GVM upgrade or are regularly towing, a set of DBA slotted rotors and Extreme Performance pads will give better braking performance under all conditions.

Project 200’s owner, Jamie Benaud gives us a step-by-step run down on how to perform the direct replacement upgrade with our 4000 Series, T3 slotted rotors and Xtreme Performance (XP) brake pads.

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