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Old Apr 12th 2019, 07:39 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Keith197 View Post
No idea, never had the 320mm T-drives but they do weigh more. I think my t-drives are 1550 grams, will look tomorrow when I get home.

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I meant the braking performance. Is it nticeably different ?I think T Rotors are lighter actually.
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Old Apr 12th 2019, 01:19 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Keith197 View Post
No idea, never had the 320mm T-drives but they do weigh more. I think my t-drives are 1550 grams, will look tomorrow when I get home.

Brembo T-Drive Rotors
dont they make 330 now? do we know if 330 T drives also have same issue?
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Old Apr 12th 2019, 01:22 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by Keith197 View Post
No, no longer required, at least with mine.
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Old Apr 12th 2019, 05:39 PM   #24
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Originally Posted by Veteran View Post
I meant the braking performance. Is it nticeably different ?I think T Rotors are lighter actually.
Stock rotor weight is 1320grams
320mm T-drive- 1484grams
330mm T-drive-1571 grams

I really haven't put them to test at the track so I can't really say how they compare to the stock 330mm rotors, they do have a few less lightening holes. I doubt you would notice much difference. Changing the caliper and master cylinder is where you get noticeable improvements in braking, I'm awaiting GP4-MS due to be released September.
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Old Apr 12th 2019, 05:49 PM   #25
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Originally Posted by chillo View Post
Hi,

What’s the benefit of sprint F1-85? The R comes with a sprint filter as oem.
The stock filter is a sprint P08 and flows 5050 liters per meter square

The sprint F1-85 flows 15000 liters per meter square
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Old Apr 12th 2019, 11:47 PM   #26
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The stock filter is a sprint P08 and flows 5050 liters per meter square

The sprint F1-85 flows 15000 liters per meter square
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I've got the full akra on mine, wonder if it's worth me upgrading to the F1-85
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Old Apr 13th 2019, 06:12 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by Keith197 View Post
Stock rotor weight is 1320grams
320mm T-drive- 1484grams
330mm T-drive-1571 grams

I really haven't put them to test at the track so I can't really say how they compare to the stock 330mm rotors, they do have a few less lightening holes. I doubt you would notice much difference. Changing the caliper and master cylinder is where you get noticeable improvements in braking, I'm awaiting GP4-MS due to be released September.
What is the expected price for GP4-MS?
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What is the expected price for GP4-MS?
Estimated around $3000 for set but Brembo hasn't set it yet since they haven't started production.
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Old Apr 13th 2019, 09:35 AM   #29
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https://imgur.com/a/edsbBKa

EK 520gp 3D chain= 1 pound less than stock regina 520 chain
AEM quick change sprocket carrier/flange with Ti cush drive and Ti bolts/nuts and cnc alum wheel nut= 2 pounds less
Superlight front sprocket only 1oz less but can safety wire
Kept stock 15/42 ratio

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Finally braved the brake line spaghetti and bypassed the ABS system with Fren Tubo carbon line kit and a rear reservoir delete. Went with Endless Racing Brake fluid over the Castrol Racing which supposedly will have better feel. Besides trying to figure out upper fairing removal which was different, was easier than 1199 and took off 3 pounds but still had to leave the abs unit. Making Brake Feel Great Again.
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