where to get spoon calipers?


deanzer

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Got mine through a contact in japan , He is a dealer , 1200 euro delivered to my door :D , Drop me a pm and ill put you onto him if you want the Spoon Callipers .
Here is a picture of mine which arrived last week .
 

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shuthanbala1

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I use black diamond discs and ferodo DS2500 pads with my Spoon calipers, I rate it highly.
 




FreakyParts

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Willwoods seem like a shite idea to me if I'm honest
That's a pretty sweeping statement.
Anything to back that up? Or just personal opinion? Many, many happy customers would disagree with you :)
 

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Murray

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Received my new calipers from rhd japan worked out to £880 including import duty. Been looking for decent discs to use with the calipers. I have tried ebc and stoptech but seem to warp them very quickly! my car is boosted and my local track is hard on brakes. have been looking at dixel endless and project mu discs but cant seem to source them in the uk? what do you guys think would be the best discs? and any ideas where to source them?
What track? I know knockhill isnt that bad on brakes. 2 major braking areas and my EP3 setup works great on my boosted CRX. No fade at all.

Willwoods seem like a shite idea to me if I'm honest.
How?
 


FreakyParts

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I use and sell Mtec discs and had no problems with them on my race car. I also mate them with the big brake kits we sell and had no reports of anyone warping them.
Most of the time the discs aren't actually warped, it's just an uneven build up of pad material on the disc which causes vibration.
Let
Me know if you want a set, from memory they're around £65-70 a pair. Even if they last 1/2 the time as the Dixel/Project Mu, you're still better off financially :)
 


JohnTurbo

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If I made disks...id make solid disks with proper venting like you get on floating disks. Vents you can get a finger into!

There is far too much metal in "std" metal disks imho.
 


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