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Can anyone recommend or point me in the direction of a good bbk or at least upgrade over standard without splashing out £1800 on the stoptechs


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post #2 of 52 (permalink) Old 8th April 2016, 19:02
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i thought abp were selling them cheaper than that.
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Theyre website doesnt seem to be working for me, comes up with no products been like that for a few weeks


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Theyre website doesnt seem to be working for me, comes up with no products been like that for a few weeks


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you've gotta call them mate.
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Check with tegiwa mate they used to have yellow speeds bbk alot cheaper than that, but like said give ABP a call they might square you away..
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Check the for sale section there's a group buy on brembos


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Sorry I meant on CTRO forum. It's £530 for the brembos BBK, excluding pads and lines


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Sorry I meant on CTRO forum. It's £530 for the brembos BBK, excluding pads and lines


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any chance of a link as i cant find it.
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PROJEKT-K - FRONT&REAR BBK's, Rack Slider, Bushes... Civic EP3&FN2
http://civictype-r.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?t=289637


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PROJEKT-K - FRONT&REAR BBK's, Rack Slider, Bushes... Civic EP3&FN2
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that worked a treat, there must be something wrong with me as i should be jumping all over this. but something is telling me to go for the stop techs instead.
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Touring or the bigger ones ? I don't pretend to be an expert on brakes but way I see it, this is a good combo kit and a massive improvement over OEM. I can only imagine as I've never had a BBK. Also much cheaper to replace pads and discs. Unless you're always on track I doubt you need more than this


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i was gonna go for the big boys as i've gotta start tracking it as i'm gonna lose my licence the way i'm going.
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Ill never need the big boys so the tourings would be perfect for me. i like the look of the yellowstuff set as well, gonna have a look around and do some research, still debating whether to finance a set or save and buy them out right. id rather save but i wasnt born with the gift of patience so ill see what happens.


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Look here K-SYSTEM.pro
This brakes look and work great.
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just throwing this into the mix, spoon callipers are light and pretty good at stopping....
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Look here K-SYSTEM.pro
This brakes look and work great.


Sorry if its a stupid question but i take it these brembos are a straight swap? Do fancy these
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The brembo are a bargain at that price......if not then try yellow speed ..I got the 6pot ones and a pre very good imo
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Sorry if its a stupid question but i take it these brembos are a straight swap? Do fancy these
Brembos from K-SYSTEM are straight for swap. Good design.
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How do you think they compare to stoptech kits ?


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Quite interested in that kit too, winni on here was running the same kit iirc
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