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Old 09-09-2004, 04:12 PM   #1
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At the Track Updated RacingBrake Rotor Packages

We've been tracking the Racing and Street Rotors from racingbrake all year. So far on the 2 setups that I personally run I haven't overheated, or even put a slight lip in these rotors!

Setup 1:
94 Legacy Turbo
WRX size front Rotors
Hawk HP+ pads
10K+ Street Miles
10 2hr track days (20 track hours) including Pocono long and beaver run, both which are very brutal on rotors
No lip formed at the edge of the rotor, excellent braking power, no fade

2nd Setup
Impreza L Automatic race car
racing rotors with slots and drilled (they don't sell drilled racing ones, but we want to see if we can crack them)
10 2hr track days including Limerock and VIR
HP+ pads
No lip formed, through the windshield with your head stopping power, no fade etc. This is an automatic so it takes a very very harsh toll on rotors because there is little or no engine braking being done with it, it's all on the rotors.

Our offering of RacingBrake rotors include Street and Race setups.

Street-drilled Rotors: include reinforcements where the hat meets the rotor for increased durability, they are EDP Black powdercoated on the hats, slots and edges. The streets are drilled and slotted.

Street Rotors: same material and design as the street rotors, except they are not drilled as drilled rotors will eventually crack under any track conditions

Race Rotors: These rotors are made from Compact Graphite Alloy that gives them a significantly stronger and harder makeup with significantly (5-10x greater) heat and warming resistence due to the organization of the cells in the material. These come in a nickle coating that resists rust and are slotted for cooling.

As for pads we suggest Hawk HP+ for street and track, for street only or a few track events we suggest the Hawk HPS pads as they are long lasting and low-dusting.

Goodridge SS Lines are a great upgrade as well as flushing your brakes fully with ATE Superblue or similar high-boiling point fluid.

We are out there on the track at least 2 weekends a month testing, racing and doing motorsports not only as our hobby but also so we can give you guys REAL feeback on what works and what doesn't work.

Street Rotors



Race Rotors


-mike
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:13 PM   #2
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Street Rotor-Pad-Install Packages:

Street Front WRX Rotors:

Hawk HPS Street Pads
Installation @ our Shop
Total: $340
w/o Install: $245 ready to ship
HP+ Pads instead: add $55
SS Lines: add $120
ATE Super Blue Fluid: add $13
Drilled Rotors: Add $15

Street 4-wheel WRX Rotors

Hawk HPS Street Pads
Installation @ our Shop
Total: $550
w/o Install: $440 ready to ship
HP+ Front Pads instead: add $55
SS Lines: add $120
ATE Super Blue Fluid: add $13
Drilled Rotors: Add $15

Race Rotor-Pad-Install Packages:Race Front WRX Rotors:

Hawk HPS Street Pads
Installation @ our Shop
Total: $410
w/o Install: $320 ready to ship
HP+ Pads instead: add $55
SS Lines: add $120
ATE Super Blue Fluid: add $13

Race 4-wheel WRX Rotors:

Hawk HPS Street Pads
Installation @ our Shop
Total: $640
w/o Install: $530 ready to ship
HP+ Front Pads instead: add $55
SS Lines: add $120
ATE Super Blue Fluid: add $13

STi Rotors
Street:
STi Stock Size Rotors Front $420/pair
STi Stock Size Rotors Rear $300/pair
STi Drilled: Add $20/set

[color=Navy][size=3][font=Comic Sans MS]Race:
STi Stock Size Rotors Front $499/pair
STi Stock Size Rotors Rear $320/pair

Other Brake Items:
Hawk Pads:
WRX/RS
Hawk HPS Front Pads (Subaru 4-piston): $75

Hawk HPS Front Pads RS/WRX (Pre 07/02): $81
Hawk HPS Rear Pads RS/WRX (Pre 07/02): $65

Hawk HPS Front Pads RS/WRX (Post 07/02): $75
Hawk HPS Rear Pads RS/WRX (Post 07/02): $70

Hawk HP+ Front Pads (Subaru 4-poston): $90
Hawk HP+ Front Pads RS/WRX (Pre 07/02): $135
STi
Hawk HPS Front Pads: $110
Hawk HPS Rear Pads: $70

Hawk HP+ Front Pads: $140
Hawk HP+ Rear Pads: $85

Goodridge SS Lines: $125
ATE Super Blue Race Fluid: $15
Ferrodo DS2500 STi Front Pads: $190

-mike
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:18 PM   #3
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2 weekends ago we were out at Pocono Raceway running the Impreza L during an HPDE and Road Race weekend. These brakes handled amazingly....

Here's the setup for those just starting to follow....

WRX size RacingBrake Race Rotors
Subaru 4-pot Calipers
Hawk Blue (Race Pads)
Goodridge SS Lines
ATE Superblue Race Fluid

Rear OEM Drum brakes
OEM Brake Booster

We did over 9 hours of driving on these brakes last weekend, of which I ran a 30 min Sprint Road Race and a 1hour Enduro!!!! The enduro alone was 60 laps of pounding over and over and over. The Rotors and Pads held up amazingly well. Even with the very very agressive spark-shooting Hawk Blue (above the HP+) pads we didn't even put a lip on the race rotors! Car performed flawlessly even braking over and over from excess of 100mph coming off the main straight into the infield.

-mike
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Old 09-19-2004, 01:14 AM   #4
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Been enjoying the street fronts and sti struts, what a huge difference in both.
Now I just hope my tires come in on time for the OCT. pick up. (these tires I'm driving on now are shot)
BTW I got my alignment last monday.

Thanks for the install!
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Old 10-04-2004, 05:37 PM   #5
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We now have STi Hawk HP+ Pads available!

-mike
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Old 10-04-2004, 06:11 PM   #6
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How much for those Mike? The pads are the only thing stock left on my Brembo setup.
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Old 10-04-2004, 07:18 PM   #7
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THe HP+'s are for WRX/RS only. They haven't released a STi version yet (afaik) We do have a set of ferrodo (sp) 2500's on the shelf I believe.
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Old 10-04-2004, 08:47 PM   #8
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ok i have to say something. THESE ROTORS ARE AMAZING! I was out with Jay (if any of you know him, i know the guys at AZP do) the other nite and that car stopped on a dime with no fade at all. I have no words to explain the quality of these brakes. Im talking from 100 to 0 like that. And we did this all nite long. I cant remember what model rotor he said he had but im sure every model is of that quality. And they look pretty sweet too.
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Old 10-04-2004, 09:52 PM   #9
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We now have STi Hawk HP+ Pads available!
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THe HP+'s are for WRX/RS only.
Yup, I'm a putz. Should read before I type.
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Old 10-15-2004, 08:28 PM   #10
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Mike or Alex -

My rotors are still OK (17K), but I'd like to increase brake feel & performance... just a little, to remove some of the slop.

Which would be better if I had to pick one:

-Hawk Street Pads
-SS Brake Lines

Thanks!
-Vin
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Old 10-15-2004, 09:55 PM   #11
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I'd say SS Lines and HPS, you don't do enough track events to warrant the HP+ and they dust and make noise like mad. Pads will increase grip, ss lines will increase pedal feel and slop.

-mike
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Old 10-15-2004, 11:58 PM   #12
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Mike - How much for some Goodrige SS lines and new brake fluid?
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Old 10-16-2004, 01:17 AM   #13
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Goodridge Lines we have in stock, $125
ATE Superblue Race Fluid, $14



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Old 10-29-2004, 11:46 PM   #14
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Hey, got a few questions about the rotors.......

I ve got a 2002 wrx sedan and have been through 3 sets of oem pads, one set of axxis pads, and then one set of rotors been rescored 2times and now is basically completly shot. What setup would you recomend based on the effects on stock rotors and pads.....I drive primarily on back roads/ rough roads maybe 80% of the time. Right now I probly only have enough cash for a front setup, what would you recomend and how soon do you think I could have them installed if I chose to go that route?

Thanks in advance

--Brian
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Old 10-30-2004, 12:24 AM   #15
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one more thing....do you have the ability to score rotors? to bed the new pads in and possibly take some off the rears as well.....
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Old 10-30-2004, 12:30 PM   #16
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We stock the items so we can do it just about anytime you want. I'd suggest you get the racing or street-slotted rotors with HPS or HP+ pads. We've had both these setups on the track and they work well. As for turning the rotors we don't have the facilities to do that and don't usually suggest it as it doesn't usually help much only wears out your rotors quicker.

-mike
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Old 10-30-2004, 01:50 PM   #17
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hey mike,
Thanks for the really quick responce to my Q's
isnt it good to bed the new pads into the rotors right after a rescore...?....well then it looks im gonng have to check the old bank account and see how soon we can get this done Now if I did go ahead and replace the fronts with your racing/street slotted, how badly would the brake bias be thrown off if I didnt do anything for the crappy rears?

do you think it would be worth a little extra time to save up some cash and get all four or is that not TOTTALLY neccesary right now?


thanks again

--Brian
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Old 10-30-2004, 03:19 PM   #18
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Rears don't do that much braking so I would not worry about them as long as you keep pads on the rear like HPS.

Whenever we put new pads or rotors on we bed them in during the install.

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Old 10-31-2004, 01:42 AM   #19
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Updated 2nd post with Hawk Brake Pad Pricing! All in stock!

-mike
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Old 11-02-2004, 01:04 PM   #20
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Mike,
sent you a detailed PM but it looks like somthing on Nasioc might not have been working cause its now not in my sent items ....eghh ill send a really condensed version again, hope you get it.


Ill try the nasioc vendor sn.....maybe you got it under the other and its not showing up.....


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Old 11-02-2004, 01:20 PM   #21
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Check your e-mail I got an e-mail from you and replied

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cool....looks like its working now, thanks
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Old 11-22-2004, 05:22 PM   #23
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Do you recommend doing all four WRX rotors or will the stock rears hold? I don't know if there is really a need to dish out all the cash now. So? just the fronts is fine?
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Old 11-22-2004, 05:45 PM   #24
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^^ I just did the fronts and put some decent pads on the rears... I'm doin juuuuust fine.
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Old 11-22-2004, 05:49 PM   #25
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Rears don't do that much braking so I would not worry about them as long as you keep pads on the rear like HPS.

Whenever we put new pads or rotors on we bed them in during the install.

-mike
There you go Juan, got you thinking about them huh.
I did just the fronts w/the lines f&r, it's OK, but I need to get rear pads.

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