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ECS Disks S4 (floating rota ) Pre-Sale

Markey Aug 4, 2008

  1. Markey

    Markey Active Member

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    Hello,

    I have some ECS Disks Floating Rota type for sale they are hardly used and came with a set of calipers i wanted as you can see in the pic. Also 2 S4 caliper carrier to use with these disks and the Big Red Movit or Brembos.

    They are approx 360mm i think but im going to double check this later.

    £100 the pair + carriers + postage

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    Also for sale soon,

    Movit Big Red calipers (new dust seals) , Ferodo Pads, B5 1.8T Caliper Carriers made to use RS4 disks, 1 RS4 disk possible braided brake lines as well.
    All you need is one more RS4 disk and the kit is ready to fit.
    Will £475 + Postage

    PM me for more details... :)
     
  2. Andy.B

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  3. docurley

    docurley Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    ECS floating disc are excellent I had them on my old 2.8 Supercharged A4 which I tracked on a few occasions without any brake fade.
     
  4. Markey

    Markey Active Member

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    They are very good quality :) just a shame im not going to use them now.
     
  5. Andy.B

    Andy.B Member

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    Just need to fine me an RS4 disc now :yahoo:
     
  6. docurley

    docurley Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    I was offered a set over on RS246 with callipers for £150.
     
  7. Andy.B

    Andy.B Member

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    Really... only really need the discs though. Could be worth doing if i cant get a single disc from somewhere cheeper.
     
  8. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!" Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

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    aren't you supposed to fit disks in pairs?

    I know I wouldn't be using one old and one new disk on any car!
     
  9. Siena

    Siena Active Member

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    I have an RS4 disc...
     
  10. jcb

    jcb Active Member

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    B5 or B7?
     
  11. Siena

    Siena Active Member

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  12. Andy.B

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    Siena you are a life saver i'll take it off you if its not needed for any of your projects :thumbsup:
     
  13. aragorn

    aragorn "Stick a V8 in it!" Staff Member Moderator VCDS Map User

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    Well if your insisting on using mismatched old disks (i presume they are very expensive new for you to be taking that pikey approach?) then its probably worthwhile taking them to a machine shop and having them faced on a lathe to ensure the surface is properly flat before fitting them with new pads.

    if they are prohibitively expensive to buy new its probably worthwhile getting some bells machined up in the correct offset and pcd and buying off the shelf rotors in the correct size. Rally design do universal bells in various offsets that would just need machined to the exact offset for the audi calipers and then the appropriate sized rotor bolted on
     
  14. docurley

    docurley Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    very interesting
     
  15. Andy.B

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    Yes i agree i know someone with a disc referbisher at a garage if not ill use my local machine shop to get them grinded down as if you use a lathe you can put inconsistancies into th disc, im a engineer by trade and know of the importance of changing a pair of discs at the same time. This pikey approach is the only way i can or could get hold of a pair of discs without paying the earth for them.

    But this is worth looking into as a more sustainable source for discs. Suppose its just the initial cost of making the bells then you recoupe when you change the rotor.
     
  16. Markey

    Markey Active Member

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    This disk in the kit is brand new.. just so you know :)
     

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