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chrisd306

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Post #26
how much are they?

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 02:55
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Less than 50 IIRC

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 03:24
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your joking, i was like 90 for mintex m series 1114's or what ever the number is

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 03:43
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chrisd306 wrote:
your joking, i was like 90 for mintex m series 1114's or what ever the number is


I'm serious, Dave put the price in the first post of his threadLaugh my ass off

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 04:45
chrisd306

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Post #30
where is that from stevie? think i will have to get a set for trying if i keep these or not

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 15:36
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Demonthieves mate. Dave's first post states the part number requiredSmile

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 17:00
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Post #32
see when you talk of a over hang im guessing thats because you run 283mm discs instead of 285mm discs?

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Posted 11th Oct 2010 at 18:59
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Post #33
chrisd306 wrote:
see when you talk of a over hang im guessing thats because you run 283mm discs instead of 285mm discs?

The pads are 42.56 plus vat in Demon Tweeks, I am using the 283mm discs so using a 285mm disc would prevent the overhang but its not been a problem, not sure where to get the 285mm discs from though in the correct offset, is there a Peugeot variant that uses a 285mm disc? Dunno

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Posted 12th Oct 2010 at 02:34
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Post #34
Just buzz the extra 2mm off with a soft pad in a grinder...

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Posted 12th Oct 2010 at 02:35
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Post #35
my wilwoods, have the orginal brackets, so i use the rally design discs as thats all you can get away with, id pprefer the 283mm brackets that welly had made, although im considering kad 6pots or new hispecs!

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Posted 12th Oct 2010 at 02:54
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Got my DS2500's this morning. Got them from Camskill in the end. 53 ish delivered.

DS2500 are 130 for the standard pug caliperShock f*ck that lol

Now just got to get them fitted along with new discs, plus new discs and pads on the rear, a wheel bearing on the rear and new drop links on the front. OH and my new wheels Ninja

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 16:03
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Post #37
what ET are your TD 1.2's to warrant spacers?

great idea on the pad front though Smile

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 16:46
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Post #38
spiky wrote:
what ET are your TD 1.2's to warrant spacers?

great idea on the pad front though Smile


I assume that wasn't aimed at me spiky?

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 20:33
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Post #39
no matey Smile

@ davedgti6 as he has TD 1.2's and is running spacers?

unless he runs Ford ET

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 20:34
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Hi, reason I run spacers are that my Td 1.2's are et23 (bought them cheap) so I run Hubcentric 10mm Wolfrace spacers that fit the wheel and hubs perfect, wheels are 7" too, so my offset is actually Et13 with the spacers, -near enough to standard offset Smile

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 23:49
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Ok cheers Smile

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Posted 22nd Oct 2010 at 23:57
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I've spent the last hour or so, cutting these to fit. There's a lot to be said about having the right tools for the job i.e a f*cking work bench! I had a right battle trying to clamp the pads to a table, that didn't have straight edge, with an "F" clamp!
These Wilwoods are fantastically easy to change pads on. Within half hour I'd put new discs and pads on both sides of the car - in the rain. That's commitment for you Wink LOL
The car is going back in the garage in a mo but I'll get them bed in ASAP and report back.

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Posted 17th Nov 2010 at 20:24
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Post #43
Well I've been out today (pompy and back if anyone is interested) so about 75 miles.

Initial bite is better than before and I suspect they'll get better will a few hundred miles on them. Overall stopping power I can't comment on as I had the hound in the car with me and quite frankly I didn't want to kill her LOL

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Posted 18th Nov 2010 at 18:15
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Quick update. For anyone with the Wilwoods, fitting these pads is definitely a step in the right direction. Initial bite is much much better than with the Wilwood pad. Overall stopping pwer is dammed impressive too!

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Posted 21st Nov 2010 at 23:25
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Post #45
Because I'm too much of a pussy to cut my own I'm going to call jam-sport and see how much they want for these.



I got excited until I checked the part numbers, they are the dynalite pads that have been cut down.

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Posted 22nd Nov 2010 at 00:26
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Post #46
Roll eyes

Wish I'd cut mine like that. It would have been a dam site easier!

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Posted 22nd Nov 2010 at 01:28
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cheers steve/dave this has made a great step up in performace compared to the 1144's Thumbs up

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Post #48
epic bump!!

anyone give me a second opinion on this

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Modified for Wilwood Midilite Caliper.


there is only one type of wilwood midilite caliper Unsure
these pads are only 12.4mm thick and not 16mm, guess that doesnt really matter?

i will have an old set of Mintex pads to use as template too, might just buy the Dynalite pads and cut them like the above picture?

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Post #49
russbez wrote:
epic bump!!

anyone give me a second opionion on this

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Modified for Wilwood Midilite Caliper.


there is only one type of wilwood midilite caliper Unsure
these pads are only 12.4mm thick and not 16mm, guess that doesnt really matter?

i will have an old set of Mintex pads to use as template too, might just buy the Dynalite pads and cut them like the above picture?


Good find.

Not vast amounts more expensive than the 1144 either.

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Posted 3rd Jul 2012 at 12:38
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was a total fluke i found that tbh LOL

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