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  1. #21
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    The installation is fine, you cant really mess it up as its pretty straight forward. the actual setup of the unit is not so easy, once you see how its done its fairly easy to follow, but i would get someone who knows what there doing to set it up

  2. #22
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    I followed the greddy manual and this

    http://forums.evolutionm.net/archive...p/t-75594.html


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    I tried to read that but got lost/bored half way through, so looked for settings others had used as a guide....... seems they may have been wrong too

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    Setting up a Blitz SBC is a similar process. Click

  5. #25
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    Went for a drive up a twisty hill run last weekend and the brakes are really letting me down. Shaking steering wheel when going into a corner under brakes is not much fun

    So tomorrow, I'll be fitting these on the front

    and a set of ferodo formula TS2000.

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    Sounds like warped discs or dust build-up...

  7. #27
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    yes.. never paid the brakes any attention except for a fluid change since I bought the car. No idea what pads it's running but the rotor has a slight lip at the edge. So I was only going to get the pads but then thought what the hell since I'll need to get the rotor machined anyway and I'd need new ones soon eventually... how is my excuse-itus logic going so far?

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    That'd work on Mrs Nicely

  9. #29
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    Ansch, those are nice pads, I've been running them for about 20,000km now and haven't had a problem although they get a bit squeely, I need to give the car a good strong brake application to de'glaze them, slotted rotor would definately help. I also put Motul dot5 fluid in which reduced fade as well.

  10. #30
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    thanks... yes they're great! Much improvement to the standard nissan pads. I'm still running the rotor in gently but it already pull up the car nicely with much more pedal feel. The pads are great, no noise yet but I think most performance pads will squeel if they're not pushed hard once in a while. It's also very dusty but that again is expected. Also changed the fluid to Motul RBF600. Now I can think about hitting the track sometime

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