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Old 10-24-2014, 11:26 AM   #3181
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Small update:
Just put the car on jackstands and am getting it ready for Black Friday. Im somehow still 10th in the Speed SF PAF class in their time attack dispite missing like all but 3 events this year. Im going to do the last two and see how far up the ladder i go.

S2000 calipers are going on. Ill be going with the Mini rotors, Project MU pads, Motul fluid and a complete rebuild on the calipers. Also will be getting 10mm spacers for the front so that i can drive on street tires if theres rain.
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Old 10-24-2014, 11:34 AM   #3182
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10mm is a lot. Not sure I would track with that. Dd is fine.
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Old 10-24-2014, 11:50 AM   #3183
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if its too much ill just get a 5mm. Its just to drive down in the rain pretty much. I might see if Ken @ Garage Star has any spacers lying around lol.

Luckily i have tread on my tires now
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Old 10-24-2014, 08:47 PM   #3184
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Small update:
Just put the car on jackstands and am getting it ready for Black Friday. Im somehow still 10th in the Speed SF PAF class in their time attack dispite missing like all but 3 events this year. Im going to do the last two and see how far up the ladder i go.

S2000 calipers are going on. Ill be going with the Mini rotors, Project MU pads, Motul fluid and a complete rebuild on the calipers. Also will be getting 10mm spacers for the front so that i can drive on street tires if theres rain.
Nice, get hub centric spacers to make it safe.
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Old 10-24-2014, 09:27 PM   #3185
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I think 10mm is too thin for hubcentric.

If he has ARP extended studs then it's safe.
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I think 10mm is too thin for hubcentric.

If he has ARP extended studs then it's safe.
They come in sizes

http://www.google.com/search?q=4x100...ed=0CAcQ_AUoAQ
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Ah, Have to be careful with hubcentric spacers, They can break under load.



H&R seems to be the most trusted brand for spacers so they might have something.

I'm sure Dylan knows what he's gonna get anyway, He's a pro like that!
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Ah, Have to be careful with hubcentric spacers, They can break under load.



H&R seems to be the most trusted brand for spacers so they might have something.

I'm sure Dylan knows what he's gonna get anyway, He's a pro like that!
Those are more like the hub adapter type. I would never trust those under any type of driving.

I was thinking of something like this.
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Gotcha.

With him having extended studs they may not fit though.
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I'm just going to get project kicks spacers. I'm going to see it garage star has a 7mm laying around. Just going to use them to drive on the street. My Nt01s have tread. Also trying to find some r888s for rain.
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