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Old 05-14-2012, 01:15 PM   #1
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Anyone seen this?

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Would it be worth just shelling out the extra cash for the 11" 949 fronts?

This is on a mostly street driven/light auto-x car with hopes of some track days in the future.
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If you plan on tracking your car, I'd go with a bigger setup than that. If all you do is street/light auto-x, that can be a good option to drop a few pounds.
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I assume this is not a bad set-up if you're sub 150whp, don't track the car, or non-male.
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If you plan on tracking your car, I'd go with a bigger setup than that. If all you do is street/light auto-x, that can be a good option to drop a few pounds.
Do you happen to know the weight difference between the old one-piece 11" corrado rotor TSE BBK and the new two-piece 11.75" kit you offer?
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Do you happen to know the weight difference between the old one-piece 11" corrado rotor TSE BBK and the new two-piece 11.75" kit you offer?
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I'd love to see some numbers on this. Those Corrado rotors are supposed to be bestial.
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Do you happen to know the weight difference between the old one-piece 11" corrado rotor TSE BBK and the new two-piece 11.75" kit you offer?
Corrado rotor is 12.72 lbs.
11.75" hat and rotor is 9.8 lbs.
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Cool, thanks Nick.
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