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Old 12-23-2007, 10:17 PM   #106
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Originally Posted by absoluttorque View Post
Hey guys, thanks for all of the responses. It will definitely be between a LRP and Novak. My B44 will be used 99% percent of the time on a track, whether it be my own or a shop's so I want consistency.

I'm leaning more towards the GTB (not sure how it compares to the LRP, but it seems to be the most popular and with sintered rotor it doesn't thermal much, if at all anymore) because of the warranty and customer service.
Wise choice and I am glad you are taking alot of racers advice!

Have FUN with the Novak system and let us know if you need any help with it!!!
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