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Old 06-07-2001, 11:32 PM   #1
Michael
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Thumbs up M.S.P.T Rocks! great job on my 4 pot installation

thanks to dave, tom and rest of the M.S.P.T.
crew, i can stop on a dime now..
they did a great job on the installation of my subaru oem 4 pot.
all i need to do is to touch up on the paint of my caliber... the brake fluid washed some of the paint off but can't tell too much in the photo..
i don't know what type of rotors because my friends in taiwan's impreza team send them to me. they use it for their competition so i figure its good. stop on a dime, dave test out the brake and when the car stop it left a nice decent tire marks
all i need now is a 2 pot on the rear, should be done next month.
here is the pic of the 4 pot and rotors
michael



ps: metric subaru is located in huntington, long island, new york

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Old 06-07-2001, 11:39 PM   #2
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Michael,
looking good! did you change to single stage booster too? i have had the 4pot w/ single booster for almost a year now! man! i love them! definitely better braking (more bite)than those tiny oem brakes!

cheers!

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Old 06-07-2001, 11:42 PM   #3
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btw, can you hook me up w/ rear 2pot kit?
i am very interested! need info on those rotors you got too! they look wicked!

cheers

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Old 06-08-2001, 01:02 AM   #4
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thanks cal...
i pm you about the 2 rear pots
michael
ps: just let me know if you are intrested.
no rush just give me a call any time to work out some details if you want.
hope you still have my number.
if not let me know
edit: oops forgot to answer your question...
i didn't get a chance to upgrade my single stage booster yet since my budget is a bit tight... i have my 4 pot for about 2 months and i was just waiting on the rotors and pad.
and i finally installing them after sooo long.
oh yeah i got my 4 pot from tom richarson.. tahnks tom if you are lurking around on the board... he sold me the whole kit ...used everything without the pads but i didn't want to use the oem rotor so i waited on my slotted ones and the pads.

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Old 06-08-2001, 08:02 AM   #5
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the grooves on the rotor look like they are made by this taiwanese company called VTTR (or some like that, can't remember exactly since all my taiwanese car mags are in storage now)

btw, you know that the next mod you need are tires right? with 4-pot front brake and crappy RE92's, it's a sure formula for frequent ABS action

[edit] VTTR products http://home.kimo.com.tw/pit-stop/VTTR-index.html

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Old 06-08-2001, 08:48 AM   #6
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Those are ATE Power Slot Rotors, I had a set on my Jetta....
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Old 06-08-2001, 10:53 AM   #7
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cj you are right...
very good. the rotor are from vttr and the pads too. i should get my other set of my rims back this sat.
my orginal 99rs rim has the lm22 on it. then i had it podwer coated and put on the kumhos. this set of rim is going to get podwer coated too and will be my winter tires.
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Old 06-08-2001, 11:07 AM   #8
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Looks good man, get rid of those tires
ehheeh
How much did the install cost you? I am planning on doing something like that for my WRX and I'm not sure if Metric will it for me.
Ttyl
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