MD's Racer-The Flying Brick

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Re: MD's Racer-The Flying Brick

Post by kevin » Tue Dec 11, 2012 11:23 am

Yep ,MD my current car has brakes outboard and its superb and their was no difference in feel from inboard to outboard . My main problem with outboard its makes it really difficult with 15'' rims . Only the compos clear. Now on new project car I only have I have only diff in back so not worried about heat and I have some classic 15 " rims which I want to use which requires more space .
Still enjoy reading through this build of yours for ideas . Thanks . By the way your clutch bracing set up is on five cars here at the moment and its bullet proof. :D
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Re: MD's Racer-The Flying Brick

Post by MD » Tue Dec 11, 2012 1:08 pm

Here is a closer look at the access to the brake pads, convesion plate and rear vented 300mm rotors.
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Re: MD's Racer-The Flying Brick

Post by MD » Wed Jan 16, 2013 3:58 am

Here's a video of the Brick playing with other Alfas at Lakeside Park Raceway.

http://youtu.be/qSG1jeBWw6Y

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