Midsummer eve's weekie!

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There's no point in braking midsummer eve parties, instead braking a car properly is very important :)

There's no point in braking midsummer eve parties, instead braking a car properly is very important :)



We've been doing a lot of field testing with the D2 big brake kits in our own cars. The kits, bolted to our S13 for nearly 10 years, still run the original pads and discs, while the car has seen some street driving as well as some track days. More serious track would naturally need harder track pads, but for all-round street the stock setup is great.
There's been no need for opening or cleaning the calipers, allthough the need for it also depends on the driving conditions, and doesnt really hurt to do anyways. Having clean calipers ensures pad and disc wear is even.



The handbrake works on most models. Cars with an oe drum parking brake (like the S13), simply come with a drum in the aluminum center bell. An aluminum bell is fine for parking, but in case you like pulling the hand brake from high speeds, then we suggest you get a hydraulic handbrake.
D2 kits also have caliper handbrake models, and also a new caliper with an electronic hand brake (try "pulling" an EPB in the parking lot :D)



The smartest choices for most cars are the 330 and 356mm kits. Based on our experience, a 330 mm kit is the suggestion, as it still fits 17" rims, which in turn means tire options are very wide and practical.

D2 big brake kits are on sale with a 100€ discount (per kit) until next week's friday. In case you're wondering about what kit to get, or need other help or advice, just contact our sales and we'll be happy to help.
»» D2 front big brake kits
»» D2 rear big brake kits


We're closed on friday

Yes, we're just simple Finnish guys as well, so we're going to celebrate midsummer eve just like the rest of Finland. We'll be back in business on moday "well rested" ;)

Have a good weekend & midsummer party! Race.Fi / Wille

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