Originally Posted by padailey
Ok so last Wednesday night some guys were out practicing and a buddy of mine Thermals twice with a 4300/sintered rotor. He is not running any outragous gear (several guys geared higher) but he had to switch to a spool in the front because his front diff broke. Now what is really strange is he had never had a thermal problem with the regular rotor. I guess the question in all this is does the sintered rotor degrade and become easier to overheat like the stock rotor?
I have seen this in cars that are really bound up (tight) the driver has to compensate for the handling of his car and is hammering the throttle harder and breaking harder and later in the corners. If he frees up his car he will probably do better and his thermalling problem will ease.
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