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Total Votes 13
Average Score 1.38
Verdict Not Rice

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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=61860
Submitted by: 427 Vette
Comments: 10  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 4  (View)
Submitted on: 03-24-2007
View Stats Category: Car
1969 GTO Judge



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3-24-2007 @ 09:29:08 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
Nice, except for the crossdrilled rotors. Wheels could be a little smaller, but I like it otherwise.

Brake calipers look awfully familiar, though (that particular front caliper, which is manufactured by PBR, has been used on a bunch of applications).

3-24-2007 @ 09:30:44 PM
Posted By : Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
Very slick

3-24-2007 @ 10:10:58 PM
Posted By : Tastycakemix Reply | Edit | Del
um wow

3-24-2007 @ 10:33:27 PM
Posted By : Muntz05 Reply | Edit | Del
#1, nothin wrong with the brakes


3-24-2007 @ 11:20:22 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#4, Crossdrilled rotors are prone to a failure mode that you really, really don't want to experience.

Anytime you perform machining on a piece of cast metal, you're effectively adding stress in the remaining material around the machined area. In the case of drilled rotors, this tends to give rise to "stress risers", or hairline cracks around the drilled holes. In severe cases, the rotors can actually break (keep in mind, we're talking track use here). The "benefits," which really should only manifest themselves if you are pushing the pads past their designed operating temperature, really are not worth this risk.

Consider this epic thread at corner-carvers (mostly track junkies): http://www.corner-carvers.com/forum...read.php?t=2002
Backup of the altimas.net thread they refer to: http://corner-carvers.com/altimathread.php.html

SSBC on how they finish their brakes (picture at the bottom shows stress risers) http://www.stainlesssteelbrakes.com...kerotors/Rotors

[Edited by Lemming on 3-24-2007 @ 11:36:22 PM]

3-25-2007 @ 12:00:33 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I don't like the red hood scoops. It could stand a red Judge tape stripe up the side to match the Judge logo.

3-25-2007 @ 12:47:25 PM
Posted By : 454Nova Reply | Edit | Del
#5, interesting

3-25-2007 @ 01:19:44 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#7, I can't seem to find the pictures, but on one of those cross-country cannonball runs (probably Gumball) a couple years back, one of the Porsches (don't know if it was a RUF or just a stock P-car) annihilated a rotor at speed. At least, I seem to remember something like that. I wish I could find the pics again.

I'd rather go with blanks. Hell, I've got the same front brakes as this car and I am using blanks. If cooling became an issue, I'd run a duct into the rotor hat long before I'd try drilled rotors.

3-26-2007 @ 03:47:16 PM
Posted By : Disrupture Reply | Edit | Del
#8, I'm highly considering these : http://www.eurosporttuning.ca/Merch..._Code=VL-850-br

3-26-2007 @ 05:08:05 PM
Posted By : Driven_out Reply | Edit | Del
I might want to get some slotted rotors or even the dreaded cross drilled ones for the noma, due to water always making the stockers not work all that well, rears lock up and fronts just spin untill dry

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