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Posted by Seth Ragona on June 25, 2001 at 19:08:02:

In Reply to: with his foot. :) nt. posted by Elliot on June 25, 2001 at 16:05:28:

I meant that it's very easy to keep the brakes at the limit of the tires adhesion, so you can stop as fast as possible, Also called "limit braking".
Seth

thnx....


I Use that setup too, exept that I use a Tii MC. It stops great and the pressure is very easy to modulate and control. I've also nevr had these brakes fade on me. they're highly recomended for a car that has more power than stock.
Seth


Anyone using this set up:

'80 528 master, '77 320 vented rotors, 240DL girling calipers, '80 320 hubs, and rear brakes from a 320?

What is the difference over stock??
thanks
j






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