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|Subject: Re: Handling mods? Mon Jan 06, 2014 5:26 pm|| |
- Yankee wrote:
- What brake upgrade should I go for?
I'd recommend going for AE101/AE111 SuperStrut twinpot calipers with the AE111 SuperStrut 275mm front discs, braided brake lines, rear disc conversion and some decent pads. I have this exact set-up on mine and the stopping power is incredible. If you don't have ABS then it takes a little getting used to as they bite nice and early, so if you press the pedal hard you'll lock them up.
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|Subject: Re: Handling mods? Mon Jan 06, 2014 6:47 pm|| |
Ditto except I don't run the 275mm disc or the braided lines.
Awesome stopping power.
I'm running 260 personally I don't see the point in running 275mm disc on a street car as they brakes will never get hot enough for the need to disperse the heat. Except for the fact the look way kool hiding behind the wheel.
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|Subject: Re: Handling mods? Tue Jan 07, 2014 12:17 am|| |
Where can I find SuperStrut twinpot calipers?
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