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Race Brakes Sydney Street and race performance pad / rotor combinations as well as brake upgrades and Exedy clutch kits. Website Link

 
 
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Old 01-11-2018, 03:01 PM   #23
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Default Re: Race Brakes Sydney are here to help.

Yeah, my BA suffered terribly with (stock) brake fade coming down a mountain with 2 harleys on the back. Low gears all the way and pray hard. Bendix pads and cooling ducts fixed the fade but rotor consumption could be measured weekly.

FG with ABS has been fantastic on the stock pads and rotors, it's why I'm hesitant to change to DBA/Bendix etc.

Just been across the Simpson in my brother's PK Ranger with big wheels/tyres, slipping clutch and no brakes, the FG's pedal feels brilliant by comparison.

Might be cheaper to leave mine alone and drive the Ranger once a month.
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