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About ERO54N

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  1. StanP, I'm loving your ride! Build thread?
  2. But I contributed nothing, just raised more questions!
  3. Interesting scenario, can we perhaps negate car model and discuss the extremes to highlight attributes associated with big vs small rotors? Theoretically, as mentioned above disc size would increase the potential limit of heat absorbtion and dissipation through increased thermal mass. Would material also affect the rate and limit of which the disc could convert force into heat? If discs were thicker they would also be able to accommodate larger vanes increasing cooling surface area. I think also being more further away from the axis the braking moment (as in force over distance) would be increased, increasing stopping power but also may promote locking up? I forget, is unsprung weight a good thing or bad thing for handling? Larger brake disks would weigh more, statically lowering the centre of gravity but because not a rigid connection to the chassis may also be a disadvantage in a dynamic situation? Would rotational mass of rotor be negligible due to being so close to the axis? Heavy front rotors would take the trajectional force better under extreme application than lighter rotors, right? This would provide more stability on hard braking when the nose dives onto the front axis? I don't know, just curious. Any experts in this field?
  4. Guten tag mein herr, Really cool pic! Welcome to the forums, Michael
  5. Nice one, man! Welcome!
  6. Hello Joe34, Wow Aruba, Adelaide definitely off the cards then. Sounds like there may not be an abundant source of spares. Have you thought about shipping in a unregistered Skyline to strip for parts? Generally they are cheaper due to not being roadworthy, abandoned, built for competition etc. May be more useful in the long run. Aruba, what a beautiful country. Send some pics when you fix up the ride. Best of luck, friend.
  7. That's what I keep telling her
  8. Neat pics, Amber. Welcome aboard! Are Skylines a common sight in Belgium?
  9. Nice! Welcome Josh!
  10. Merci beaucoup! And a lot of people post up their cars in this sub:
  11. Bonjour mon amie, comment cava? Je mappelle Charles. Je suis enchante. Excusez mon francais insufficant, s'il vous plait. Welcome to the forums! Can't wait to see the thread on your car and hear about the long registration process.
  12. Hey welcome koreaturbo, Hope you're enjoying your time on SAU aswell as in Aus. Do you have any pics of your Stagea?
  13. Came here to get reassurance that I didn't get a dud unit. I had mine installed recently and only now fully understand what you are talking about. Does a fantastic job putting power down but it's not at all discreet inside the cabin. Rickety navigating tight to medium turns, clunky upon exiting sweepers. Also locks up with very little provocation. Despite how brash it is to live with I would still opt for the Nismo GT Pro 1.5 way LSD over the standard viscous LSD.