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Aug 10, 7:07pm - #34928 
anyone interested polish thier calilpers?



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Aug 10, 8:08pm - #34929 
looks good thumbsup

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Aug 10, 8:31pm - #34930 
I think that I will have to do that to mine.

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Aug 10, 11:42pm - #34931 
the bumpy surface helps to dissipate heat though.probobly wont make a difference under normal driving conditions, but if you drive and brake hard this could make a little difference. tongue


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Aug 11, 12:20am - #34932 
how so? by having more surface area with the bumps than w/o them?

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the bumpy surface helps to dissipate heat though.probobly wont make a difference under normal driving conditions, but if you drive and brake hard this could make a little difference. tongue

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Aug 11, 12:40am - #34933 
those are awesome

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Aug 11, 3:04am - #34934 
i would rather paint.

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Aug 11, 5:17pm - #34935 
pretty neat!


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Aug 13, 10:39am - #34936 
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how so? by having more surface area with the bumps than w/o them?




i believe so, more surface= better heat dissipation. my friend is a toyota tech. and he just installed a TRD supercharger in his tundra.if you look at the supercharger it has the same bumpy surface,the manual states that if you polish the superchager it could reduce the heat dissipation by as much as 30%. i would think that the same would be true about the brake calipers as well. smile





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Aug 13, 11:50am - #34937 
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how so? by having more surface area with the bumps than w/o them?




i believe so, more surface= better heat dissipation. my friend is a toyota tech. and he just installed a TRD supercharger in his tundra.if you look at the supercharger it has the same bumpy surface,the manual states that if you polish the superchager it could reduce the heat dissipation by as much as 30%. i would think that the same would be true about the brake calipers as well. smile



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Aug 13, 1:18pm - #34938 
NICE!!!! great idea and thanks for sharing.

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