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    What are the specs on those rims?
     
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    Full cost front & rear with tie rod ends?


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    It's probably in the 5-6K range. But well worth it IMHO; these brakes are not what I would expect at this price point.
     
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    Damn at that price they should be OEM


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    Better brakes should have been OEM from the start.
     
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    Thought it was closer to $6k for the Alcon plus tie rods(if needed) another $600-$800....for the cost the R1 BBK is a better option at over a thousand dollars less.




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    My first post.... I just installed this kit and its night/day improvement. I can imagine once the pads/rotors bed they will be even better.

    Added the 3" Fox shock upgrade at the same time....and a couple other improvements.
     
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    I looked into the R1's previously, and from what I was able to tell they require 18 inch wheels, and preferably 19's.
     
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    I have them on my car with 37's and love it. Huge difference compared to stock. Makes you feel a lot more confident and well worth it!

    Here is a video on youtube someone put up showing the stopping distances compared to stock:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWthfkhRhqs
     
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    Good to know, I am getting them installed this week!
    Thanks
     

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