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  • #31
    I can likely do the lightweight 12.2 x 0.81" setup with just a few people if that's something people are still interested in.
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    • #32
      I need to check clearances on my 15" wheels, and somehow I never saw this thread...
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      • #33
        The outside radius dim shows the needed barrel clearance for a given rotor:



        The Narrow Dynapro is the same, and saves 1.1 lbs per caliper (probably a bit more once pads are factored in). Both cost within a few bucks of each other.
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        • #34
          BTW - the height difference on the 11.75 to 12.19 is only 0.16", so less than 3/16".

          The new bracket means I need to get AT LEAST 5 people, and even then I'll get dinged on higher machining costs. If we can use the existing bracket then it becomes a bit more affordable with 12.19" stuff. The spacers are needed in a high enough qty per kit that I think 3 people starts to get the cost down to "reasonable" levels.
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          • #35
            Anybody else? I don't think I can make just 4 brackets at a price that makes sense for everybody involved.
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            • #36
              Ive been thinking that just such a scalloped kit for the rear might have enough heat capacity, even for track use. What do you think Def?

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              • #37
                Possibly. The other question is will someone drop $1300+ for a rear kit that doesn't have an ebrake?
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