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Old 07-11-2004, 09:53 PM   #1
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Default My Review Of Rotora Rotors, Goodrich Lines, Motul fluid, Bobcat Pads, and BFG Tires!!

My Review Of Rotora Rotors, Goodrich Lines, Motul fluid, Bobcat Pads, and BFG Tires!!
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BAD AZZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

the car stops so much faster now and the pedal has a very nice feel to it. Less brake dust than before way less, and the car from 60-0 slows down much nicer.

the rotora rotors i got were slotted because crossdrilled doesn't stop as well and im just very happy with this set up.

Goodrich Lines are top notch and also coated.

Motul 600 fluid i used 3 full bottles i just wanted to be sure i got the system flushed.

Tires are the new bfg g force kdw-2 and these tires hook better than the stock tires and lots more quieter.

Thanks to garret at worldone for a killer deal and supplying me another quality product. Ill have pics on later this week

tony
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So how did you install all these components on your engine?
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Old 07-11-2004, 11:26 PM   #3
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Old 07-11-2004, 11:34 PM   #4
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Old 07-12-2004, 12:56 AM   #5
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Please use the correct forums.

Threads in this forum should be realted to the 2.5L POWERTRAIN, that would be the engine and its associated parts.

In this case you would have wanted to use the correct Reviews Forum. In this example you would have used the 'car parts' forum.

Doing this would have prevented locking of the thread.

thanks for your cooperation.



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