Blast from the past..........
Well since Dave has decided to throw his toys out his pram and won't be reading any of this i will ask anyone else left reading;
How can someone...
I have also tested them on the S3 as said!
:wtf:YOU HAVE NOT TRIED CARBOTECH'S
Have you Googled RBF660 yet:laugh:
So now you think a S3 with Brembo's has a TOTALLY different chassis and brake set up compared to a A3. There was me thinking you recommending the...
Said by the man who arguing about a product that he has not tried!
Who thinks RBF660 is Dot 5.1!
Who thinks £3 a bottle is a lot every year!...
1200kg thank you, surprised you could not find that on Google.
Again come back once you have tried Carbotechs.
So is RBF660 Dot 4 or not???...
Wrong, i have also tried both in my track 306. Where you have not tried them so how can you comment????
You talk the part i will give you that,...
"<Insert meaningless geeky specs here> " i.e you drive a A3 not a S3 so how do you know what the best set-up is for a car that is about 200kg...
Thats right as your S3............ah you don't have a S3.
You talk mince!!
1500 pounds, a few days ago it was
So its now 700 pounds for good pads and fluid!
But i do agree that AP's are the daddy's
I read your post as best road brakes;
There for cold bite, noise, dust, and price play a big part.
If your taking track...
Cheaper, better cold bite where as most people use there cars on the road, less noise, less brake dust.
Any pad can be made if you can supply a...
Or you could use Carbotech XP8's or 10's which are far better than Ferodo DS pads along with Motul RBF660 Fluid.
Cheers for that mate:cool:
What section/s in pistonheads do you think would be best?
And whats ED38:unsure:?
Maybe £800 for a group buy, maybe but i doubt it. The two piece discs will be where the from comes in the from £945.