[Es2] Big Brakes

David Kase davekase at pdqlocks.com
Fri Nov 19 14:57:39 EST 2004

So... worth the $?

I won't be tracking my car but I enjoy the performance of good brakes.  
My E36 M3 felt like it hit a wall when you nailed the brakes. 

Miller, Chris wrote:

>That's the same setup I posted about earlier today.
>Much greater brake torque up front than the G60s.  Rears are along for
>the ride.  I recommend sending some more hydraulic pressure to the rear
>brakes to balance things out.  I used a tilton proportioning valve after
>removing the stock valve.
>Note that it fits under the urs4 16" wheels, but not much else.  So, if
>you don't want to go to 17's, weigh your options.  You won't need this
>big a setup unless you're on track a lot.  Keep in mind this setup is
>used on the big 3800# urS4/6 cars...
>You can test fit if you are near MA.  Let me know.
>Chris (with urs4 wheels for summer, and another set for winter)
>-----Original Message-----
>From: es2-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:es2-bounces at audifans.com] On
>Behalf Of David Kase
>Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 2:30 PM
>To: Bluemaxww1 at aol.com
>Cc: andrews at columbus.rr.com; es2 at audifans.com
>Subject: Re: [Es2] Big Brakes
>Is this the "cleanest" solution?  Looks good except for the minor point
>of filing those pins.  I like the idea of all Porsche/Audi factory
>Any reports on how this system works?
>What about the brake bias, does it need to be changed and how?
>Bluemaxww1 at aol.com wrote:
>>Here is an option:
>>_Fourtitude  Forums: Porsche 996 brakes on a 90 coupe_
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