DBA4000, RDA slotted & EBC ROTORS

Discussion in 'Group Buys' started by Caz1, Jul 8, 2006.

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  1. Caz1

    Caz1 New Member

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    Hi guys, I have been trying to decide the best way to list the rotors available and I think by their size is probably easiest for all. All prices are for a PAIR of rotors.

    909 stock TT Zed front rotor 280mm , 30mm original thickness(ot)
    RDA slotted:$188 pair
    DBA 4000series:$380 pair
    EBC:$305.50 pair


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    stock NA Zed front rotor 280mm , 26mm original thickness (most 89-91 models)
    RDA slotted:$225 pair
    EBC:$347.50 pair

    908 stock Zed rear rotor 297mm 16mm(ot)
    RDA slotted:$190 pair
    DBA4000series:$350 pair
    EBC:$295 pair

    928 R33GTR 324mm 30mm(ot) Upgrade rotor (requires caliper adaptor@$220 to fit)
    RDA slotted:$328 pair
    DBA4000series:$470 pair
    DBA5000:$920 pair
    EBC:$490 pair

    Like the recent EBC rotor buy these will be available for collection from central points, hopefully there will be a few people who are willing to be the representative and collect the rotors for the members in that area. This saves everyone the added cost of freight.

    **RDA have offered to do our slotted rotors with 'black hats' as a special deal.
    I will let this run for a few weeks to allow all that wish to participate a chance.
    Cheers,
    Caz...
     
  2. K-zed

    K-zed Secret Squirrel

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    Good prices Caz!!!!!

    I thought my RDA trade prices were good, but you take the cake.

    PS: I edited your post to better reflect TT/NA rotor sizing. In my experience all 89-91 NA's take 907's but members should check before ordering.

     
  3. Jinxed

    Jinxed Moderator

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    hi caz

    can i please have picks off the rda slotted 280mm rotors for the front,very interested in these!!!
    i dont know whether i need the thick or thin front rotors,my car is a 1989 twin turbo originally an auto converted to manual.....can you tell me which ones i need or can i use either?

    thanks

    ross


     
  4. Caz1

    Caz1 New Member

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    Hi Jinxed,

    If you have a TT (and your not 'angry bear' *wink*) your fronts will be 30mm ot(original thickness) I believe.
    So 909's.

    Cheers,
    Caz..


     
  5. Zzz

    Zzz SidewayZ

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    Caz are the EBC rotors the same as what you had in the earlier gb?

    If they are I might be interested...

    Would need some caliper adapters too.

    Would you call this job doable with limited tools? Because I have a somewhat limited supply at the moment.. damn moving around hey!

     
  6. r33k

    r33k 'I reek of Englishness'

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    here they are on my car...

    :)


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  7. Zzz

    Zzz SidewayZ

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    They look very nice....

    Do you reckon they would fit under modenas? (the wheels)


    Obviously not under stock rims

     
  8. Caz1

    Caz1 New Member

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    Hi Zzz,
    Yes and Yes.

    The job is most definitely do-able with limited tools, send me you email addy and I will email you the fitting guide and you can see.

    Yes the EBC's are the recent group buy rotors.

    Caz..

     
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    Caz1 New Member

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    The GTR 324mm upgrade requires 17" rims, they should fit under 17 Modena's.

     
  10. minivan

    minivan Guinea Pig Test Monkey

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    if the rear RDA are the gold passivated slotted and dimpled to match my front ill have a pair of those.. and red stuffs to match

     
  11. IB

    IB ?????

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    I can be the central point for Canberra ...>>

    I just need to decide which rotors I want to buy...

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    Caz1 New Member

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    Thanks Ian, much appreciated *smilie*


     
  13. minivan

    minivan Guinea Pig Test Monkey

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    oh, and i can pick up as usual

     
  14. IB

    IB ?????

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    It would be sensible for any 89-91 owner to measure ...>>

    It would be sensible for any 89-91 owner to measure their stock rotors first because Angry Bear isn't the only TT owner to have 26 mm thick rotors ... Conversly, it is possible for 90 NA's to have 30 mm rotors.

    Cheers
    Ian
     
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    Kac13z32 New Member

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    Rear EBC's PLZ

    Hey caz ill take a pair of 908 EBC rears. Do the look the same as the ones i got from u in the GB before? like so they'll match?
     
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    Caz1 New Member

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    Hi KAC13Z32,
    Yes they are the same as the recent group buy. I will put you down for rears,
    Caz..
    8)

     
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    Caz1 New Member

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    Thankyou minivan *smilie*

     
  18. HaylZ

    HaylZ Shaven Haven

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    Hi Caz

    Can you put me down a pair of 909 RDA slotted front rotors?

    Do you think it's worth it to buy rears aswell?? or not really necessary? I'm just thinking of it so the front and rear match!!! :)

    Thanks!

    Haylz

     
  19. CHILI

    CHILI Indestructable Target

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    HaylZ,
    If you don't really need them ATM, you would be better advised to wait a little longer and buy the 324mm RDA upgrade. You already have bigger rims, so the upgrade will fit OK, and you would be wasting your money on the stock sized rotors IMHO.(And of course, you should have a CHILI Brace as well. But that's another story.)LOL LOL LOL

     
  20. HaylZ

    HaylZ Shaven Haven

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    Hmmm.... but i really need something now. My brakes started making a grinding noise early last week, but i couldn't get new brake pads until saturday, so now I've stuffed my discs... and i went and spent more money on high performance brake pads and now theyre going to get ruined cos my discs are all grooved!!! *sigh* now i don't know what to get...

    And to be 100% honest, I don't even know what the Chili brace is for!!! LOL I was going to ask ages back, but this forum has a thing with flaming people for asking stupid/obvious questions... and i was too lazy to seach it. hehehe

     
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