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Hey guys,

I am getting around to installing the RB kit I got from Shawn. Anyone know the part number for the endless w007 brake pads for them?

Is it just the normal GTR part RCP133, like http://speedfreaksus...rake-pads.html?

I also need to buy replacement front rotors. Anyone got suggestions for a good place to get both of them from?

Thanks,

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YES it is!

 

RCP133  for sure


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Thanks 7. You get them from speed freaks?

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Thanks 7. You get them from speed freaks?

 

 

no they were harder to get when I first started using them and just hoarded a whole bunch....need to see who has the best prices now a days


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RB calipers are designed and made as direct replacement to OE calipers (on installation and brake pads fitment), you can choose to install either with OE shape pads, or oversize to ZR1/Z28* with these standard FMSI#

 

GTR OE set up:

Front: D1382 (65mm in lining depth)

Rear: D1383 (52mm)

 

ZR1/Z28 set up:

Front: D1395 (86mm)

Rear: D1165 (60mm)

 

*For Carbon ceramic rotors using ZR1/Z28 discs only; not recommended for iron rotors.


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Thanks Warren!

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7, guys, how many days do you typically get out of your pads?

 

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7, guys, how many days do you typically get out of your pads?

 

Dave

 

depends

 

usually 3 track weekends or more...

COTA typically 3

MSR much more.


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3 weekends! Holy shit. Lol.

Oh well, thankfully i don't think Buttonwillow is as hard on brakes as Cota, and I only ever go one day a weekend. Soooo might end up lasting me a year. :-)

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3 weekends! Holy shit. Lol.

Oh well, thankfully i don't think Buttonwillow is as hard on brakes as Cota, and I only ever go one day a weekend. Soooo might end up lasting me a year. :-)

Dave

 

I think its longer actually, its been a while.  If you search my thread I measured how many millimeters it went down each day then calculated how many days it would take to go thru a pad


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