cord4530 at uidaho.edu
Fri Feb 6 11:14:13 EST 2004
Thanks for the reply. A few nights ago I was reading where you can buy
euro A8 slotted rotors for what seemed like a really good deal (not much
over $100....but the actual price I've forgotten). I suppose if one
picked up a spare set of rotors that they would likely be set for some
time to come.
I'm pretty sure I found that information on the bira site though.
However, last night I couldn't seem to find it again.
Phil Rose wrote:
> At 11:51 PM -0800 2/5/04, Dan Cordon wrote:
>> While awaiting my bira membership I thought I'd ask those on the list
>> their opinions of the bira systems. I have a 91 200 tq that has the
>> S4 G60's installed. I guess I have the choice between systems 1, 2,
>> and 3. I'm leaning more towards 2 or 3. With system 3 it seems like
>> it will be harder to source euro A8 rotors.....is this the case?
>> Finding 2000 S4 rotors has been pretty easy, with some (non-slotted
>> versions) around $139 per pair.
> Your question happens to be one that's on my mind at the moment, as I
> recently decided to participate in the Sys3 group purchase (use of 16"
> wheels a motivating factor--no pun intended). I, too, wonder about
> availability of the euro A8 rotors--at least in the long(er) term.
> Would there be any demand for that rotor in the USA besides the
> relatively small number of Sys3 owners? I suppose it'll always be
> available on special order from Europe, and the prudent Sys3 owner
> will (or should) have an extra set of rotors on hand. It would be nice
> to know if there's a domestic vendor (or two) who is commited to
> maintaining a reasonable supply of that rotor...
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