[200q20v] Re: [s-cars] Big Red (actually blacks) Eating Crow
igor.kessel at aecio.com
Wed Nov 7 13:27:28 EST 2001
you've got class.
Greg Johnson wrote:
> Fellow Audians,
> I've not read my e-mail yet this morning. I suspect I don't want to.
> I violated one of my inviolate e-mail rules last night -- never push the
> send button, late at night after you've written an angry e-mail -- wait
> until morning; see how it reads; you will probably need to edit. I
> failed to follow my own rule. Furthermore, I failed to follow my own
> advice: "check, and recheck your facts, and make sure you KNOW what
> you're writing about" and now I get to reap the consequences of what I
> have sown.
> I apologize to all of you, but most of all, I apologize to Mr.
> Wachholz. It was around 4 a.m. this morning that I suddenly realized
> what he had recalled. Immediately after that, came the realization that
> he was right and I was very wrong. BIRA's Systems 4 and 5 use Porsche's
> 996tt monobloc caliper (designed for a 32mm wide caliper) over the
> European S8 323x30mm rotor and the the US-spec S8 345x30mm rotor,
> respectively. No one has ever ordered brackets for System 4 or 5, so
> thankfully, neither one is actually in use. Mr. Wachholz posed the
> question: "Is the risk worth it to you." BIRA's answer is "no, the
> risk is not worth it." Hence, unless some can viably refute Mr.
> Wachholz's argument of why a 30mm thick rotor should not be used with a
> caliper that was designed for a 32mm thick rotor, Systems 4 and 5 are
> officially dead.
> Again, I am very sorry.
> Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a very large crow to eat.
> Greg Johnson
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