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aaron6

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Hi all, does anyone exactly what discs are to be used with ashes 330mm 406 brembo set up?

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Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 19:28
Day666

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aaron6 wrote:
Hi all, does anyone exactly what discs are to be used with ashes 330mm 406 brembo set up?


PM Ash ...
I did before FCS & he sold me his rotors second hand for a great price Thumbs up
They are made by Hi-spec !
They are made to order 10-14 days

Ash is a great bloke & may be able to get a better deal ?
I'll be after a new spare set soon

I have a pair of old ones here if you need one ?Thumbs up
Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 19:40
prism7guy

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My rotors took considerably longer than 14 days to be made by hi-spec from memory, just a heads up incase there's a deadline you need them for so you can order in advance.
Not a dig at hi-spec at all, I'm dead chuffed with the service they provided. Smile

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Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 19:46
aaron6

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I messaged Ash. But he didn't get back to me. Anyone know a part number or reference number fo hi spec?

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Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 19:53
Day666

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aaron6 wrote:
I messaged Ash. But he didn't get back to me. Anyone know a part number or reference number fo hi spec?


I rang Hi-Spec & there are loads of sizes & off sets & hole settings !!!!
They are Bespoke as Far as I'm aware ?

Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 21:45
aaron6

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Then how do ya get replacement ones?? It's a dodgy one.

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Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 22:45
Day666

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Then how do ya get replacement ones?? It's a dodgy one.


You had to buy them via Ash I believe ?

Unless you have one of my old ones & give it to Hi spec ?
Posted 14th Jul 2015 at 23:51
clen666

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Measure one of your old ones.

The RS Brembo 330 kit uses 330x28, 12x203 PCD, 53 pad swept area.

Not sure if the RS and 406 kits used the same rotor, would have thought so though.

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 01:10
aaron6

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Day666 wrote:
aaron6 wrote:
Then how do ya get replacement ones?? It's a dodgy one.


You had to buy them via Ash I believe ?

Unless you have one of my old ones & give it to Hi spec ?
are the 406 set up Damien? If so I will probably have to borrow an old one if possible. Or if there's any meat left may buy the old ones and skim them...

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 10:32
welshpug!

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Post #10
Day666 wrote:
aaron6 wrote:
I messaged Ash. But he didn't get back to me. Anyone know a part number or reference number fo hi spec?


I rang Hi-Spec & there are loads of sizes & off sets & hole settings !!!!
They are Bespoke as Far as I'm aware ?



if theyre the dimensions above then this is it

http://www.hispecrotors.co.uk/3302814203B.html

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 11:41
aaron6

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Cheers fella. I'll just have to confirm they are 28mm thick and not 26mm. Smile

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 13:08
ash

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Post #12
clen666 wrote:
Measure one of your old ones.

The RS Brembo 330 kit uses 330x28, 12x203 PCD, 53 pad swept area.

Not sure if the RS and 406 kits used the same rotor, would have thought so though.


Cheers mate, yes both use the same.

(Sorry Aaron)

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 13:59
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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 14:32
aaron6

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Brilliant. Cheers ash. So its the ones that Welsh pug put a link too?

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 15:06
Day666

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£354.60 !
Bloody hell Ash ...I did get a right bargin off you then Razz

Get a group buy going Aaron ?
I need a spare pair !!!
Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 17:25
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Mine came from Compbrake, and yes they are 28mm thick. Finally going to sort the brakes Aaron and get rid of that awful squeal? LOL

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 17:32
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The early ones were Compbrake, I'd of thought Steven Fell who runs Compbrake would do you a deal, last time I checked he was doing the rotors for £125-150 each

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 18:05
Day666

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midlife wrote:
The early ones were Compbrake, I'd of thought Steven Fell who runs Compbrake would do you a deal, last time I checked he was doing the rotors for £125-150 each

Cool


Bloody hell half the price ???

Any difference in quality though ?
Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 19:13
clen666

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Reyland sell the pair for £275 plus delivery, but I've never used them

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 19:20
Day666

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clen666 wrote:
Reyland sell the pair for £275 plus delivery, but I've never used them


Thanks Graeme Thumbs up
Big difference in price between the three Whistle
Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 19:29
aaron6

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Hmmm... I'm gonna call round and get some quotes then. Stan, you using the 406 calipers or the Renault sport ones?

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Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 19:33
Day666

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Hmmm... I'm gonna call round and get some quotes then. Stan, you using the 406 calipers or the Renault sport ones?


Renaults are better but been told slightly bigger calipers than 406 ?
I found 406 had better range from Ferodo cheaper performance pads ?
Can't speak about other makes ?
Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 19:37
luke306rallye

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I'd be up for a group buy Smile
Posted 15th Jul 2015 at 22:17
midlife

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Day666 wrote:
midlife wrote:
The early ones were Compbrake, I'd of thought Steven Fell who runs Compbrake would do you a deal, last time I checked he was doing the rotors for £125-150 each

Cool


Bloody hell half the price ???

Any difference in quality though ?


Remember that's price per rotorNinja

Cool

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Posted 16th Jul 2015 at 00:01
Day666

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Post #25
midlife wrote:
Day666 wrote:
midlife wrote:
The early ones were Compbrake, I'd of thought Steven Fell who runs Compbrake would do you a deal, last time I checked he was doing the rotors for £125-150 each

Cool


Bloody hell half the price ???

Any difference in quality though ?


Remember that's price per rotorNinja

Cool


Whoops ....Wayne ...god yes forgot that so all around £300 ish per pair ?Thumbs up
Thanks for reminding us Whistle
Posted 16th Jul 2015 at 01:38

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