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Front Discs And Pads For A S2 Rs4S


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Hey. Has anyone found a bolt on front disc yet? My front discs are shaking my car to bits.I can't find any reasonably priced r34 setups either.

I found the part number for the pads a few weeks ago but now I can't find it. Anyone?

Also what is the hand brake pads part number?

Thanks and laterdays

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just get dixcel rotors, they are made for s2 stageas, i know they are sold locally in sa, but no idea in qld

and then just get QFM pads, my hpx pads are awesome

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but...before you buy new rotors....you also have the option of having them machined flat again, generally about $50. The only problem would be if they end up under minimum thickness after machining.

Also, there I don't know anyone other than drifters who has had to replace handbrake shoes...they really don't do anything except hold the car when stationary so they don't wear

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All 4 of my front discs are too warped. And they can't machine hot spots.

whoa! you have 4 front discs, your car would stop like crazy

you can machine hot spots if there is enough meat in the discs, you just have to cut more off.

I have machined my discs twice now and they still have plenty of meat to go

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Lol no I've got a spare set. I killed the second set about 15 minutes after installing them :(. The brake place near me said that the cutting tip will just bounce off the hot spots :/.

My original discs have cracks all over them too

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