YELLOW SPEED 356mm Big Brake Kit

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  1. 20 Jun 2017 at 9:59 AM #1
    TEGIWA

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    We've been selling Yellow Speed Brakes for some time now. They're the control BBK used in M3 Cup with grids of 20+ with excellent times. We keep a few sets in stock at all times..

    YELLOW SPEED’s BIG BRAKE KIT is designed for road and track use. This big brake kit features optimum braking performance, great looks, easy installation and cost-effective price. All all components used on the kit are the first grade material to ensure the product durability and strength. YELLOW SPEED’s BIG BRAKE KITS have the same powerful braking performance as world’s finest super cars. The kit is supplied with their street pads.

    Kits are supplied with:
    - Calipers
    - Discs
    - Bells
    - Caliper Brackets
    - Pads
    - Braided Lines

    ORDER HERE: http://www.yellowspeedeurope.com/br...nt-big-brake-kit-356mm-x-32mm-disc-6-pot.html

    Spare parts and pad options are excellent should you need them in the future. For example replacement discs are £400 for a pair and pads are available from Ferodo, AP, EBC, Yellow Speed etc etc. We use Pagid RS29 in our M3 Cup cars.

    http://www.yellowspeedeurope.com/spares-accessories.html

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    Thanks
    Tegiwa
     
  2. 20 Jun 2017 at 10:07 AM #2
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    Any discount to cutters?

    What finish is the painted? Do you have any pictures so show the quality?

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  3. 20 Jun 2017 at 10:12 AM #3
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    Anyone got these already? We'd love to see some pics..
     
  6. 17 Dec 2017 at 11:37 AM #6
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    Is there a caliper kit for the rear brakes too?
     
  7. 17 Dec 2017 at 1:42 PM #7
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    The anodizing hasn't worn very well unfortunately.

    Front and rears....

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  8. 17 Dec 2017 at 8:27 PM #8
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    That’s a shame :( that would put me off buying them unfortunately
     
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    they have a paint option
     
  10. 20 Dec 2017 at 10:00 AM #10
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    We always recommend painted for road cars as it just last so much better in our rubbish UK weather.
     
  11. 21 Dec 2017 at 7:20 AM #11
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    Is the painted blue caliper still the same shade as the anodised version?

    I had a look on the colour charts but I can't really tell as the finish looks the same.

    Do you have any direct comparison photos between the 2?

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    Many thanks ;-)
     
  12. 17 Jan 2018 at 10:54 AM #12
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    This is the blue painted. We do recommend painted over anodise.
     
  13. 17 Jan 2018 at 12:36 PM #13
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    Who makes the standard track and road pads please?

    Do you have any images of the floating and non floating calipers actually fitted to a car?

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  14. 17 Jan 2018 at 12:49 PM #14
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    Hi, The pads are made by Yellow Speed. We always go with the Pagid RS29 in our builds.

    The calliper is not floating, it is the disc which is and it is on dowels instead of bolts basically so it can expand with heat.
     
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    Sorry I miss typed that I meant rotor

    So you wouldn't recommend your own pads?
     
  16. 17 Jan 2018 at 1:06 PM #16
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    For us in our race cars the track option isn't good enough. So the best thing to do is go for the standard road option and buy some PBS separately.

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