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Re: them's the brakes
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- Subject: Re: them's the brakes
- From: Dave Eaton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 02 Jun 1998 16:32:40 +1200
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guys, i'm *not* saying that fade is never a problem, just that, for the
majority of folks, it is not a issue. whereas the single panic stop [is a/will
be a/hope it never happens to me/might be a] sort of problem. for *everyone*.
address this issue with maintenance. not big reds [sic].
if fade is a problem for the way in which you drive, then you need to address
this with upgrades and live with the compromises. that, or drive safer.
>Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 09:42:12 -0500
>From: Bruce Aukerman <Bruce@mannlawfirm.com>
>Subject: Re: then's the breaks
>Mr. Eaton, I am disappointed [albeit only slightly:)]. Have you no
>narrow twisty backroads where you drive that RS2??
yes i do, but then i have brakes with good fade characteristics....