Spoon Twinblock Vs. Monoblock


jugbugz

1998 EK9 CTR
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I need to remove the brackets on the stock pads to fit them. I bought the whole set a while ago when I was planning a track car. But since then, I've made a U-turn and went back to Street tune. Oh wells...:p
 


RagingAngel

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Another tip for you current or future Spoon caliper owners.

Be sure you apply liberally, copper anti-seize, to the bridge bolt and inside of the pins. If these seize like they did on mine due to weathering/extreme temperature fluctuation - they will snap if you try and remove them. They were a super pain in the ass to remove. :angry:

I replaced them with Gr.8 fasteners... which is why you see one of the bolts on my picture on each caliper darker (and rustier) than the stock silver ones.
 


William thomas

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Hi dude..
I have a problem when instal spoon monoblock for my ek9..
After done installation.I found brake is not good enough on griping. compare to stock brake ek9..
Did I need changed my master pump.?
My former already did best adjust on caliper.. n brake system but still not good.
Kindly advice if I need changed or modified anything else to get complete gripping..
 


Marco

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monoblock have less piston area than oem ek9 calipers, you probably see hard pedal feel and less first brake attack than you´re oem calipers.

If you put 300mm disc you must have the same brake feeling but with same hard pedal
 



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