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PostSubject: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Mon Mar 12 2007, 23:52

Hi,
Bro anyone know if the above can fit to stock ES 5 brake set-up??Question
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Tue Mar 13 2007, 09:28

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Bro anyone know if the above can fit to stock ES 5 brake set-up??Question
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Tue Mar 13 2007, 12:43

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Bro anyone know if the above can fit to stock ES 5 brake set-up??Question
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Thu Mar 15 2007, 08:46

Yes..confirm can fit
Max is the slotted version
Sport is the cross drill version
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Thu Mar 15 2007, 17:03

eeee78 wrote:
Yes..confirm can fit
Max is the slotted version
Sport is the cross drill version
thanks for the extre info cheers...
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Thu Mar 15 2007, 22:14

eeee78 wrote:
Yes..confirm can fit
Max is the slotted version
Sport is the cross drill version

to add on, brembo sport also has the slotted version. pair it up w hawk hp+ pads n SSBH n u will see a marked improvement. Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Thu Mar 15 2007, 23:34

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eeee78 wrote:
Yes..confirm can fit
Max is the slotted version
Sport is the cross drill version

to add on, brembo sport also has the slotted version. pair it up w hawk hp+ pads n SSBH n u will see a marked improvement. Twisted Evil

wah dun poison me too much lei my pocket cannot take it...
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Fri Mar 16 2007, 01:34

erm... Brembo Max is a 'normal' rotor replacement... NO improvement unless you insist slots are an improvement.

Brembo Sports is indeed an 'upgrade'

Let you see mine at meetup...

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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Fri Mar 16 2007, 14:13

mcdss wrote:
erm... Brembo Max is a 'normal' rotor replacement... NO improvement unless you insist slots are an improvement.

Brembo Sports is indeed an 'upgrade'

Let you see mine at meetup...

heh heh heh...

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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Tue Sep 25 2007, 16:07

darth vader wrote:
eeee78 wrote:
Yes..confirm can fit
Max is the slotted version
Sport is the cross drill version

to add on, brembo sport also has the slotted version. pair it up w hawk hp+ pads n SSBH n u will see a marked improvement. Twisted Evil

How about Brembo Sport + Bendix Ultimate (brake pad) 550degrees = ?
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Thu Sep 27 2007, 11:35

So you would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e. brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 00:28

mcdss wrote:
So you would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e. brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.

thanks for your reply. this has been my adjustments made and i felt that the braking has improved by around 35%. the only catch is that there tends to be a lot of dust on my rims. but anyway, where can i get the stainless steel brake hoses to install?
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 03:58

jack wrote:
mcdss wrote:
So you would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e. brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.

thanks for your reply. this has been my adjustments made and i felt that the braking has improved by around 35%. the only catch is that there tends to be a lot of dust on my rims. but anyway, where can i get the stainless steel brake hoses to install?
Go to Gary's Engr $158 I believe with installtn, I got with top up of brake fluid. I think the brand is pro rs. quite good rsponds now. My butt feel was the brake has more spring to it and is very very quick on the brakes now. Just my 2 cents Embarassed Razz

Btw, I saw a bunch of ES'es on TPE earlier and saw a black es with red stickers very nicely done. A red lighted ES looked quite beng but nice. There was a black es with ek spoiler that was way too cool and a similar matelic or gray es same look damn chio, the best part both had carbon bonet. Whoa sey I was amazed!!! Quite funny also saw another white es that had a look alike renault sticker combi. alien alien alien

I was in my cousins benz when all of you passed. Was it you and the es gang?????? affraidconfused affraid confused
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 10:20

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jack wrote:
mcdss wrote:
So you would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e. brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.

thanks for your reply. this has been my adjustments made and i felt that the braking has improved by around 35%. the only catch is that there tends to be a lot of dust on my rims. but anyway, where can i get the stainless steel brake hoses to install?
Go to Gary's Engr $158 I believe with installtn, I got with top up of brake fluid. I think the brand is pro rs. quite good rsponds now. My butt feel was the brake has more spring to it and is very very quick on the brakes now. Just my 2 cents Embarassed Razz

Btw, I saw a bunch of ES'es on TPE earlier and saw a black es with red stickers very nicely done. A red lighted ES looked quite beng but nice. There was a black es with ek spoiler that was way too cool and a similar matelic or gray es same look damn chio, the best part both had carbon bonet. Whoa sey I was amazed!!! Quite funny also saw another white es that had a look alike renault sticker combi. alien alien alien

I was in my cousins benz when all of you passed. Was it you and the es gang?????? affraidconfused affraid confused

1) Not me lar, but is some of the bros here:)
2) How is the pro rs ? $158 is only front right?
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 12:16

chipmunk wrote:
jack wrote:
mcdss wrote:
So you would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e. brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.

thanks for your reply. this has been my adjustments made and i felt that the braking has improved by around 35%. the only catch is that there tends to be a lot of dust on my rims. but anyway, where can i get the stainless steel brake hoses to install?
Go to Gary's Engr $158 I believe with installtn, I got with top up of brake fluid. I think the brand is pro rs. quite good rsponds now. My butt feel was the brake has more spring to it and is very very quick on the brakes now. Just my 2 cents Embarassed Razz

Btw, I saw a bunch of ES'es on TPE earlier and saw a black es with red stickers very nicely done. A red lighted ES looked quite beng but nice. There was a black es with ek spoiler that was way too cool and a similar matelic or gray es same look damn chio, the best part both had carbon bonet. Whoa sey I was amazed!!! Quite funny also saw another white es that had a look alike renault sticker combi. alien alien alien

I was in my cousins benz when all of you passed. Was it you and the es gang?????? affraidconfused affraid confused

Price for Pro RS SSBH at Gary is $158 is for front & back but w/o installation... installation prices ranging from $40 to $80 depending on your preferred workshop.

There was a long convoy for yesterday ES meetup... a total of 11 cars from WCM to Yishun Dam. Hehe.
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 12:19

ahren wrote:
chipmunk wrote:
jack wrote:
mcdss wrote:
So you
would have gotten a high carbon rotor and a higher than standard spec
brake pad.

without improving the rest of your brake system, i.e.
brake hoses to stainless steel type, and brake fluid to high
performance type (dot4/600 standard) your brakes will still fade due to
overheating brake fluid if you use the brakes repeatedly over a short
distance in high speed to low speed moderation..

none of the
above will actually 'decrease stopping distance' significantly. it's
the resistance to brake fade that we are talking about here, and the
improved feel during hard moderation of speed that really matters in
this upgrade.

just my 2 cents' worth as usual.

thanks
for your reply. this has been my adjustments made and i felt that the
braking has improved by around 35%. the only catch is that there tends
to be a lot of dust on my rims. but anyway, where can i get the
stainless steel brake hoses to install?
Go to Gary's Engr $158 I
believe with installtn, I got with top up of brake fluid. I think the
brand is pro rs. quite good rsponds now. My butt feel was the brake has
more spring to it and is very very quick on the brakes now. Just my 2
cents Embarassed Razz

Btw,
I saw a bunch of ES'es on TPE earlier and saw a black es with red
stickers very nicely done. A red lighted ES looked quite beng but nice.
There was a black es with ek spoiler that was way too cool and a
similar matelic or gray es same look damn chio, the best part both had
carbon bonet. Whoa sey I was amazed!!! Quite funny also saw another
white es that had a look alike renault sticker combi. alien alien alien

I was in my cousins benz when all of you passed. Was it you and the es gang?????? affraidconfused affraid confused

Price
at Gary is $158 is for front & back but w/o installation...
installation prices ranging from $40 to $80 depending on your preferred
workshop.

There was a long convoy for yesterday ES meetup... a total of 11 cars.. Hehe



lol. tio spotted!!
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 15:33

the checkered one is me......Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sat Sep 29 2007, 21:10

How come miss the Fit Crying or Very sad
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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Sun Sep 30 2007, 04:51

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PostSubject: Re: brembo max pcd 4 x 100 slotted rotor 262mm   Mon Oct 01 2007, 23:23

why dun you join us next round? the checkered one will not be around to cramp your style...
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