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Old 02-21-2002   #1
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Brembo Disc Brakes installed!

I'll have some pics up tomorrow, they look sweet as hell, they are silver, and look awesome sitting behind my new rims.


Can't wait to get some new pics!!!
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cool...how much were they?....where did you get them?......how long did it take to install?.......and how hard was it?[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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They were $115 Shipped, excellent price
ordered them from www.irotors.com
Took about 30 minutes
Very easy, about the only problem I had was trying to get the stupid screws that hold them on off, i had to use a hammer to hit the screwdriver while turning it to break them loose, other than that, very easy. only 4 bolts hold them on, 2 screws, and the 2 on the back of the caliper. Take those off, the caliper can just hang from the brake line, its fine, unless you really want to support it. Take off the old rotors, hose the new ones down with brake cleaner(spray) on the back first(don't wipe) then install, put the 2 screws back on, then hose down the front of the brake while rotating it, put on the caliper, then hose down the front of the rotor while rotating it. Then, put on ur wheel and enjoy, very easy.

Quite fun and give an awesome look.
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Linky no worky. I wanna get these but wanna see pictures first. Has your stopping power increased much?
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$115 for the pair? What was the part number? Link does not work
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hell yeah, nice price. i wanna see a pic too but i think i may have to pay them a visit
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hey Dakker.. you need to buy my apcs!!!! $150...also i have an injen sri $100 shipped or pick up
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It says only for EX, whats the difference on braking system between DX/LX and the EX.
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DOn't you think that they will wear faster cause you have more stopping power in the front than the rear? It won't be balanced.
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have you started the break-in process yet? see Grey's thread from a while ago Tech Stuff: Rotor and Brake Pad DIY Updated!...hes got details of installing those rotors and break-in i think.
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sup guys,
i am the person from irotors.com that sold dakker the rotors. if you guys are interested, give me an email at [email protected]

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what's up with irotors? my impression is not that good so far. they already have my money via paypay and it's been 10 days and i've left messages and emails...no response. unless i hear something soon, i'd have to give them a gig now i'll have to figure out how to get my money back
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hey maverick, i hate to go off-topic but do you have pix of your headlight eyebrows yet? hehe
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kion, i was going to take a pic the next day but one blew off on the way back from the raceway. it's weird cuz it was a beeotch to peel the other one off. must have been a flukey adhesive. in any case, they look sweet as hell and i definitely recommend them, but i opted not to replace it because i got some tyc's from rob at tornactive and i think it would take away from how sweet those lights look
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