As long as they stop and do it well, id be able to live with noise!i got mine from demon tweeks, EBC turbo groove discs, i paid £270 for them i think, they are good but a bit noisier than standard because of the grooves and drill holes
yeah id say they are pretty good, not amazing but pretty good, i only have redstuff pads on though, ill be trying ds2500 or whatever they are next time, only downside i believe is that the oem discs are floating discs, these aren't, but for what i use the car for i dont feel any difference if im honestAs long as they stop and do it well, id be able to live with noise!
You give them the thumbs up?! i will be needing some sooner rather than latter.............
OEM spec ones from the dealers break the bank tho ?yeah id say they are pretty good, not amazing but pretty good, i only have redstuff pads on though, ill be trying ds2500 or whatever they are next time, only downside i believe is that the oem discs are floating discs, these aren't, but for what i use the car for i dont feel any difference if im honest
Once again CHEEMPEEJ you're my knight in shining armor with the infoUse ECP and 25% discount code R32OC25
i liked the look of them, i got them cheap compared to RRP, demon tweeks gave me £100 discount for a cock up they made on ebay, they were selling redstuff pads for £16 each so i bought all of them lol, they then said sorry its a mistake but we will offer you this this n this... so i was like.... errr okayWhat made you get them from there fat head . Look good to me
Excuse my stupidity but im new to the R32 format, what's a floating rotor disc?You can buy the 2 piece floating ones from ECP. They are manufactured by Zimmerman.
If you do a search there are quite a few threads on them.
IIRC, they are around £200 each but £150 each with the R32OC discound code.
correct me if im wrong, but i think it is just a 2 piece disc, rather than one solid discExcuse my stupidity but im new to the R32 format, what's a floating rotor disc?
Be gentle with the response lol
Well that sums it up for me in a nice little read! Im going to guess at the fact they are alot more money that solid discs.....From brembo...
[background=rgb(239, 239, 239)]There are several reasons that a two-piece floating disc assembly is of benefit. First, by using an aluminum bell for the hub section of the disc saves a great deal of weight. Since this is both rotating and unsprung, it benefits the acceleration, braking, and handling of the vehicle. Secondly, it is better able to handle the large temperature changes that a brake disc experiences. During severe use, temperature variances become present in a one-piece disc and generally cause warping of the disc. This not only results in vibration of the vehicle, and pulsing of the brake pedal, but also pushes the pistons farther away from the disc. In a two-piece floating disc assembly, the iron disc heats up more uniformly, and the controlled float which is present allows for the differential expansion of the very hot brake disc, and the relatively cool aluminum bell. This allows the disc to be used under severe conditions without having a detrimental effect.[/background]
yeah, they are but I'm a cruiser not a racer so doesnt bother me in the slightestWell that sums it up for me in a nice little read! Im going to guess at the fact they are alot more money that solid discs.....
I'm liking the response!yeah, they are but I'm a cruiser not a racer so doesnt bother me in the slightest
Enough saidBuy OEM ones or you'll be buying again in no time at all. In my opinion they are by far the best disc for the R and I'm sure others will agree.
As the saying goes.. Buy cheap, buy twice.
Its hard, really hard not to drive fast, it wants to be driven, but people cant stare at you if they only see you for 2 seconds as you zoom past, i guess thats the difference between people that love their cars and boy racers, but saying that i dont ever skimp out and go cheap on brakes/tyres, they are the ones that can save someones life one day, but i have heard of people saying their ebc discs warp, mine seem fine so far...I'm liking the response!
Think ill be the same when i get mine on the road too