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#1062683 - 07/09/19 04:45 PM Has anyone ran these brakes?  
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https://www.summitracing.com/parts/wil-140-1033-bd

Wanna know how they perform for street use

#1062686 - 07/09/19 06:33 PM Re: Has anyone ran these brakes? [Re: 2085Monte]  
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I would say drag only kit, based on the rotor thickness.

Lances car was very far into being a serious autocross car before he outpaced a brake setup very similar to stock.


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#1062707 - 07/13/19 02:28 AM Re: Has anyone ran these brakes? [Re: 2085Monte]  
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These are for drag racing ONLY and in a car weighing not more than 2400 to 2800 lbs.
For straights where you are NOT expecting lateral or twisting forces such as an autocross.
Would not put on a daily driver.
Note manufacturers guidelines/warnings.

Many of us beat the snot out of the near stock brakes having made only slight improvements in pads and rotors and sometimes modest changes to calipers.

Gordon.


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