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    with "project MU" rotors and pads
    is it worth the extra money over your standard slotted items.
    be it toyota or nissan etc.

    has anyone got them on there sprinter, ke etc.

    what are they like under hot temp etc

    look forward to anyones feedback.
    but it pisses me off when people assume your hooning cos your car is loud, has bald tires, a roll cage, fresh bake and dinted bumpers!!
    Or driving in a wolf pack.

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    they are as good as any race pad and similar quality to wilwood, alcon etc.
    just a jap brand and fucken expensive for what they are.

    so many much cheaper options that work just as good or better for a lot less price.

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    *consensus

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    stfu. hhaahah
    has anyone used these in track based cars?
    or anyone suggest a high quality rotor/pad combination ?
    but it pisses me off when people assume your hooning cos your car is loud, has bald tires, a roll cage, fresh bake and dinted bumpers!!
    Or driving in a wolf pack.

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    Using the D1spec Mu pads on the rear atm. Their good for handbrake/brake jabs, but you wouldn't use them for racing where there is longer periods of stopping, as the D1spec operate at a lower temperature then other usual brake pads and would probably start fading pretty quick if you tried to use it in that way.

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    i wouldnt buy them in australia untill youd tried the qfm ect seeing the huge price and availability difference.

    i dont think youre gonna notice any performance difference as far as rotors.

    only time id run them is as in kens case, jdm disc rear and i wanted my hand brake to work for drift.
    78's

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    thanks ken,


    QFM??
    but it pisses me off when people assume your hooning cos your car is loud, has bald tires, a roll cage, fresh bake and dinted bumpers!!
    Or driving in a wolf pack.

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    hey doony i also use the d1spec in the disc rear end. they're pretty good.

    also using type nr for the front.

    first time i locked it up almost sent my gf thru the front window. the car just stopped dead

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