65crownv8 at gmail.com
Thu Nov 1 19:33:45 EST 2007
I've heard a number of different stories from wrong shoes in the right box,
to front & rear shoes being the same, to friction surface separating from
shoe. Obviously, this is all a matter of opinion, but I like not having my
brakes fade when I'm driving through the torrential downpours (typical in
Hampton Roads, except this year).
On 11/1/07, J R Read_HML <hmlinc at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> I didn't have any problem at Blackhawk Farms Raceway just before the 2001
> convention. Went deeper and deeper into turn one before applying the brakes
> with each run. Was down to the #1 marker by the last run and then got on
> the brakes darn hard. Sure, they got warm (well hot), but did NOT fade.
> If I recall correctly I took first in stock class, so it was not just at
> afternoon cruise speeds.
> You can likely still get shoes at the FLAPS, at least you could a couple
> of years ago.
> Later, JR
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