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  1. So somebody has got to step it up and put one of these in a 2002. According to the article it should be lighter than an s14.
  2. thank you

  3. Great video! Do you ever run out at Oregon Raceway Park?
  4. Any updates on development of brake duct solution for cars without an airdam?  Just curious.

    Thanks,

    Eric

     

  5. You had mentioned that you were working on a solution to ducting brakes without a front spoiler.  Any updates?


    Thanks,

    Eric

    1. AceAndrew

      AceAndrew

      Hi Eric,

       

        None to post publicly yet.  I'm trying to make it as modular as possible (meaning that any common braking system will work with it).

       

      All the best,

      Andrew

    2. EricB

      EricB

      Thanks.  Let me know when you get it worked out.

      Eric

       

    3. AceAndrew

      AceAndrew

      Hi Erik, 

      Thanks for your patience.  Been going trying out a couple versions.

       

      All the best,

      Andrew

  6. EricB

    EricB

  7. I am in for sure. I had forgotten that I put my name on the list back in November at #5, so its books like we are still only up to 8. If anybody has an extra upper portion of the s14 oil pan let me know. Thanks, Eric Bernstein 1. Andre' Reed2. James - [email protected] COOP. [email protected] [email protected] Eric [email protected] Joh99033 - Christian Johnson - [email protected] Peter - [email protected] Bob G. - [email protected]
  8. I am in for one, Eric 1. Andre' Reed 2. 330i ZHP - Stuart - glxvento at aol or 703-303-9611 3. James - [email protected] 4. COOP. [email protected] [email protected] 6.Eric [email protected] 7. 8. 9. 10.
  9. That was my mistake. The kit is designed for 320i hubs, not rotors. Hubs are not included. Included are brand new 300mm x 20.5mm Wilwood rotors. Here is a link to the kit on the Ireland website: http://www.iemotorsport.com/bmw/2002-brake-kits/02bbk300mm15tii.html I will contact jgerock and see if he still wants them. Thanks for the advice.
  10. mlytle, I am confused a little about the advantage. The setup I am selling does not have e21 rotors. It has the larger diameter rootrs from Willwwod. They are the same diameter as the Massive kit, but significantly narrower. It seems like the 2 would have the same problems if it was the wheel bearings, but the Massive kit would be able to dissipate a little more heat. I have not run ducting with any of them. My car does not have a front spoiler. Where do you run the ducting from? I was using BP-20 pads. Maybe this should be changed to some sort of big brake thread? Thanks, Eric
  11. I had the e21 rotors and then switched to the IE setup. I had to shim the caliper brackets to get everything lined up. I used the setup for 6 days at COTA. The pads wore unevenly and the rotors would be cooked after 3 days at the track. I then switched to Lee's brake kit which seems to be more well designed, but I have not yet had it on the track. Which 11.75 system did you use? If play in the wheel bearings is in fact the culprit then Lee's kit should not be much better. This conversation is probably not going to help my sale a whole lot. Hmmm.
  12. This is a used set with new in the box rotors and pads. This set is great for these cars with anything resembling a stock drivetrain. If you have a 2.5 liter s14 like we do, I think the massive kit is better for track use. Especially at COTA which seems to be hard on brakes. Or maybe I am hard on the brakes.....at COTA.
  13. Ireland Wilwood big brake kit for tii struts with 320i hubs and 15" wheels with brand new 300mm WIlwood rotors and Wilwood BP-20 pad. I ordered the rotors and pads and then discovered the calipers had seized and I decided to upgrade to Massive kit. The rotors and pads cost $190 + $65 for shippingCALIPERS ARE SEIZED AND WILL NEED TO BE REBUILT. Includes bracket, hat and calipers. Does not include brake lines, 320i hubs, bearings, or dust cap. Here is a link to the kit. http://www.iemotorsp...300mm15tii.html
  14. If you are having oversteer you may benefit from more camber in the back.
  15. Here is a link to the mount that I used. It seemed to work pretty well. http://www.amazon.com/RAM-Mount-iPhone-Composite-Suction/dp/B009SUGC5K/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1394487451&sr=8-6&keywords=ram+mount+and+iphone+5 The engine is a 2.5 liter s14 built by Kermit Upton and I have a Getrag 265 out of an M3 for the transmission. I should be a little more aggressive about running up the revs. The quick ratio box would be super cool, but the car is basically a road car. It has a really nice interior and a stereo. If I end up doing more track days I will consider switching. Are getrag 265 quick ratio transmissions super expensive, if they exist? Saw mlytle catching the Carrera S video and it made me laugh. I wish I had those skills and a little bit tighter track. My friend in a Cayman R was uncatchable at COTA. I remember your build thread and that is a great car.


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