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#101 Warren-RB

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Posted 04 November 2020 - 06:27 PM

390x32/380x30 combo kit

https://racingbrake.com/gtr-crk-02

 

In stock (CCM brake pads are included)

 

Save weight & money...

 

Can you imagine how your GTR performance can transform to with 61.5 lbs unsprung weight reduction.

But light weight is not everything...

Rear two piece rotors - Just for the weight saving?


Edited by Warren-RB, 23 February 2021 - 06:02 PM.


#102 Warren-RB

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Posted 23 February 2021 - 03:43 PM

The most budget friendly with a true 100% "direct replacement" CCM rotors for GTR.

 

Save 61.5 lbs unsprung weight per car.


Edited by Warren-RB, 23 February 2021 - 06:03 PM.


#103 aroonkl

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Posted 24 February 2021 - 03:17 PM

I am in the market for rear rotor kit.

 

What is the different between these 2 rear kits.

 Oversize 390x32 https://racingbrake.com/2c76

 Regular size https://racingbrake.com/2c31

Are they the same material? Just wonder. Seem like Oversize is better deal? 

 

390x32/380x30 combo kit

https://racingbrake.com/gtr-crk-02

 

In stock (CCM brake pads are included)

 

Save weight & money...

 

Can you imagine how your GTR performance can transform to with 61.5 lbs unsprung weight reduction.

But light weight is not everything...

Rear two piece rotors - Just for the weight saving?


Edited by aroonkl, 24 February 2021 - 03:46 PM.


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Posted 25 February 2021 - 10:33 AM

I am in the market for rear rotor kit.

 

What is the different between these 2 rear kits.

 Oversize 390x32 https://racingbrake.com/2c76

 Regular size https://racingbrake.com/2c31

Are they the same material? Just wonder. Seem like Oversize is better deal? 

 

So many people get caught up in the size of the rotor, but the size of the contact between rotor and pad is more important.

 

Also, remember to consider future size of wheels, if you do a 390mm rear, you will not be able to fit 17" rims in the rear.


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Posted 25 February 2021 - 10:55 AM

Links updated:

 

Oversize 390x32 https://racingbrake.com/2c70 - Available in 4-6 weeks, discs are ZR1 C7/Z28 rear (chopped carbon fiber)

 

Regular (stock) size 380x30 https://racingbrake.com/2c31 - Available ex-stock, discs are upgraded to RB's long carbon fiber and directional.

 

P/N 2C76 is for RB 4 pot caliper kit only and is not compatible with OE calipers.

 

Both stock size and oversize rotors retain OE drum emergency brake, having the same annulus (67mm) so you can use either stock pad (PD968 with 53mm depth) or ZR1 rear pad (PD1165 with 60mm depth).

 

A larger rotor provides longer torque arm (mechanical advantage) for more brake torque with the same pedal effort (force)


Edited by Warren-RB, 25 February 2021 - 11:07 AM.



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