FANATIC: '07 Honda Civic Type-R, Milano Red

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  • Run
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    marfa pretul...

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  • Fanatic
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    Oricum ala a fost pret promotional .. ma refer la Stoptech cu 4 pistonase

    Adi ... atunci d-astea

    As the name implies Sport Japan discs were originally designed for the Japanese market where tough looks and high performance are important factors. Sport Japan discs feature 6 grooves on the braking surface which deglaze the pads and help vent the gasses and scale which cause fading.
    Drilled holes remove heat from the discs, allowing the discs to run cooler. All Sport Japan discs are heat treated for strength, milled on numerically controlled machines and hand finished to ensure the smoothest possible braking surface. Sport Japan Discs are TÜV approved.

    http://www.hotwheels.com.sg/products/tarox/sj.jpg

    LE: Dar si 5000 lire

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  • Shadow
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    Sau cele pentru fata...PORNO... :P

    http://www.vtecdirect.com/online/cgi...er-kit--B6P-P3

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  • Shadow
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    Originally posted by Den1GRator View Post
    http://www.civinfo.com/forum/wheels-...otorsport.html

    1500 pounds kitul de fata, da ce bine arataaaa.
    Daca ala arata bine...inseamna ca asta e porno

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  • Den1GRator
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    http://www.civinfo.com/forum/wheels-...otorsport.html

    1500 pounds kitul de fata, da ce bine arataaaa.

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  • strumfuadi
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    Slotted si grooved. Doar eliminare mai buna a gazelor si a prafului generat la franare. Si "looks".
    Racirea e identica.

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  • Fanatic
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    Am vazut astea:
    Tarox Slotted Rear Brake Discs
    STOPTECH replacement (OE-sized) Rear grooved discs.

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  • strumfuadi
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    Racire mai buna doar daca sunt ventilate. Ai gasit discuri ventilate pe spate (chiar si aftermarket)?

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  • Fanatic
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    Pai racire mai buna hence fading mai redus, plus ca alea OEM s-ar putea (nu stiu sigur, doar banuiesc) sa fie mult mai scumpe decat ceva aftermarket.
    Ma rog ... asta nu e cel mai important aspect pt mine ci puncul 1

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  • strumfuadi
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    Ce iti aduce in plus alta marca fata de discurile OEM?
    Ca sa te ajute sa te decizi, vezi postul no. 4.

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  • Fanatic
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    Discurile oricum trebuie sa le schimb .... oricata benzina as baga ... desi ... daca ma plimb pe un oval (Nascar shit) nu cred ca am neaparat nevoie

    Asa ca vreau sa stiu ce discuri sa iau (dimensiuni standard ca pt unele mai mari trebuie sa schimb si etrierii)? Sa merg pe OEM, Tarox, Stoptech sau alti producatori?

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  • strumfuadi
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    Originally posted by Fanatic View Post
    Haideti si cu niste recomandari
    Baga benzina de banii aia si plimba'te 1 an.

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  • Fanatic
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    Da ... VSA off ar fi o soluie

    Pai Adi ... asta si ziceam BBK e o investitie maricica...

    Haideti si cu niste recomandari

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  • Shadow
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    Eu am 45.000km cu discurile actuale(si am placute DS2500 de pe la 12.000km) si inca se tin f bine...mai fac cu ele inca min 30.000km...
    Secretul...VSA off

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  • strumfuadi
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    Daca ai OEM si trebuie sa schimbi discurile, imagineaza'ti cum ar fi fost daca aveai Ferodo.
    Frana spate (si fata dar mai putin) e solicitata la viraje stranse luate in forta, actioneaza VSA'ul.

    Ref. La BBK, in mod logic cred ca ar trebui sa schimbi si master cilindrul. Nu de alta, dar degeaba ai aceeasi presiune daca e distribuita pe 3 sau 6 pistonase tot aia e.. Singura diferenta ar fi daca ai discurile mai mari.

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