Re: RR Classic Vented Disks
I was hoping someone might say that!
Details of your suppliers would be most appreciated.
Paul, might be in touch, depending on what I find out from Pantelis.
Thanks to both.
On Mon, 12 Sep 2005 23:02:43 +0300, "Pantelis Giamarellos"
>Paul and David Hi,
>no need to change the calipers.
>You can use your existing ones and modify them with a set of spacers, seals
>and longer bolts.
>If you are interested for such a set please let me know and I will send you
>the e-mail address of my supplier of such kits in the UK.
>We do this thing (modify non vented to vented front disks and calipers) all
>the time here in Greece.
>"Paul Coley" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> New calipers for vented got a set of disks in shed needed calipers so
>> "rads" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> > The Vented disk discussion above got me thinking..
>> > My classic '86 early efi does not have vented disks. Occasionally I
>> > have had brake fade (but only when seriously provoked by less than
>> > defensive driving style).
>> > The front disks have seen better days, so instead of putting a set of
>> > Paddocks cheapies (now less than £8 a disk!!!), I could put on some
>> > vented disks from a later classic.
>> > I presume I would have to change the calipers (?), but that aside, is
>> > it a straight swap?
>> > David