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Old November 6th, 2012, 10:48 AM   #121 (permalink)
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I need some information. My 2007 3.8 spyder convertible has a warped rotor. Can I just replace it with stock parts or should I upgrade (Pads and rotors)). I don't race the car. Wife drives it to work. Might do some motorcycle rallys next summer. Thanks Brad [email protected] 608-445-1993
How bad is the warping? If it isn't bad, and the rotor has some life left in it, then I'd get it resurfaced for the time being.
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Old January 4th, 2013, 04:12 PM   #122 (permalink)
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OK just wanna verify because I'm getting my brembos at the end of the month and I'm wanting new rims as well so we have to use at least an 18" rim? I have 1.5" spacers. So I'm good with the offset
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OK just wanna verify because I'm getting my brembos at the end of the month and I'm wanting new rims as well so we have to use at least an 18" rim? I have 1.5" spacers. So I'm good with the offset
17s are fine too. The stock Evo wheels are 17, so as long as the offset works, you're good to go.
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Thanks good to know because I'm thinking about getting 17s to make my dyno a lot faster then my 20s with big tires
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Any of u guys swap in the SS brake lines? I'm needing help please. Idk how to get the stock to come loss from the frame
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Looks like Evo X fronts will fit. You might have to open the holes for the caliper bolts a few mm (on the mounting point not the caliper). Evo X rears are out of the question...plus you get everything cheaper if you get the centric remans.

Evo 8/9 rotor size: 320mm ~ 12.6 in
Evo X rotor size: 350mm ~ 13.8 in

What's that you say? A BBK at half the cost? I think so...
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