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Old 07-27-2003, 06:42 PM   #1
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Default Hardcore Racing ti disk brakes for 7.5

Do these work? Who makes the carbon disks and where to buy?
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Old 07-27-2003, 10:27 PM   #2
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Dont think anyone makes carbon disks, they propably wouldn't hold up for long. The K Factory disks are the best made for the 7.5.
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Best 7.5 brakes in order

Cradock brake disks (only need 2 to endo your buggy) you can get them from www.ratzas.net and they are cheap to

Ferdo or kyosho heat stable, these are also great but more expensive.

Stock k2 brakes

Almost all the pro's that run a kyosho or ofna use the cradock brake discs. You install one front and one rear and you remove the brake pad material and run the metal against the disks. They last forever and if you spill fuel on them they don't fade.
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