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RM1350... 4 Disc Brake Change (from Satria GTi)??

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Posted 09 May 2007 - 01:53 PM



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Hi... Just need some comments from you guys about this...

I've went to see this Magician, he told me that he offers me to change all
my WiSE 4 brakes (2 Disc 2 Drums) to Satria GTi 4 Disc Brakes (180 holes
a? i think so he mentioned before..) with only RM1350. This is included
all the charges like hand brake wayer, brake fluid, modif bla bla bla...

So my question is, RM1350 is consider cheap or expensive or "Dai dou

My second question is, since I've changed to all Disc Brake, will it be
easier for me to lock my tires while I press my brake suddenly since I do
not have an ABS system. If yes, that will be really danger for me to drive


Posted 09 May 2007 - 08:00 PM


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for the rear disc conversion, they normally charge about rm 700 complete.
twin pot calipers for the front costs rm450. the gti front calipers are
only single pot calipers. u do the maths:-P


Posted 10 May 2007 - 08:23 AM



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maddriver, is the front 2 pot from EVO? RM450 include install? I heard
need to do some modify, and will it effect my ABS system? i'm driving a


Posted 10 May 2007 - 05:16 PM


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either from evo 1,2,3 or vr4. cost rm100 to get the holes on the dicsc to
fit your wheel lugs, rm60 for labour to fit. u have the option to use the
pads that came with the calipers, which in some cases are really good
stuff, or to change the pads to a 550 degree rated pads at rm230. will
not affect your abs, as the sensor is located on the nuckle.