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Re: brake ducts/rain/grit.... (archive)

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Posted by m.gilbert on July 05, 2000 at 10:11:17:

In Reply to: brake ducts/rain/grit.... posted by rey on July 04, 2000 at 20:32:49:

I am running the ducts to the wheel well, not the full hose to the back of the rotor, and I haven't experienced any problems. I track my car about 3-4 weekends a year and participate in autocrosses without warping.

Note: Any material placed in front of the duct will interupt the air flow to your rotors. Perhaps the best solution would be a removable grill for the track...
Good luck,
MG


: if you have a full ducted brake set up does rain affect your brakes? IE does the water getting in the ducts and hoses affect braking performance?

: And wot about debris and grit does this also cake up on the disks due to the ducting?

: responses to above will be much appreciated as am looking to fit a set of motorsport ducts on my m3.

: thx

: rbns




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