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Old 11-05-2012, 06:01 AM
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ok goys im ordering my new lowers this week and im trying to pick my wheel.The problem fro rotors i want to show my wheel how much stopping power will i lose if i go with a single or will i even notice
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You will NOTICE ~ I highly recommend going to a six piston caliper if you go to a single ~ we ride some heavy beasts ~ SemperFi
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You will NOTICE ~ I highly recommend going to a six piston caliper if you go to a single ~ we ride some heavy beasts ~ SemperFi
+1. It's nice to show your wheels but I'd rather be able to stop quicker.
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When I switched to a single sided, I bumped up to a 6 piston caliper. I do not notice any difference whatsoever.
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When I switched to a single sided, I bumped up to a 6 piston caliper. I do not notice any difference whatsoever.
Tracy, I want to make sure I understand you correctly. You don't notice a difference because the 6 piston caliper is doing it's job? OR, you don't notice a difference and the 6 piston caliper was a waste of money?
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Tracy, I want to make sure I understand you correctly. You don't notice a difference because the 6 piston caliper is doing it's job? OR, you don't notice a difference and the 6 piston caliper was a waste of money?
Sorry for the confusion. The 6 piston caliper is doing its job.
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Sorry for the confusion. The 6 piston caliper is doing its job.
Thanks. Sometimes things read different then you intend.
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Most people will go to a 13" rotor and a 6 piston caliper. I'd use a steel braided line as well. We do this conversion for lots of people. Personally, I'm a dual disc guy, but that is just me.
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