Under heavy braking I'd agree you will see the difference, general road use not really. As said above, well bleed system with good fluid, pads and discs are general good for spirited road use. BUT, I do think being able to stop quicker than you can accelerate is important if possible, so will be working on brakes next.
from what i've researched, stainless steel are the way forward. the nickel coated ones corrode.
while i'd argue regular checks of brake pipes should be done reguardless of what type you have, braided lines do seem to get more checks advised on them.
i think it's todo with the outer protective layer. Once it splits, it lets dirt in and wears through in double quick time.
I've actually gone back on my initial impressions of them and bought a set. wheels are off at least twice a year with the winter/summer wheel swap, plus checks at service & MOT time, let alone any other work.
so more problems with my damn cursed FN2...
a while ago I noticed my front left caliper was starting to stick a little, when inspected the outer rubber weather seal was badly torn, and piston had a little corrosion in the center
bought a caliper rebuild kit off ebay, id not rebuilt a...
Saw this video and thought you guys might like it. Its from tyre reviews and he goes over the ps4, eagle F1 A5 and Conti PremContact 6
Interesting how he mentioned the ps4 to out perform the other two on paper but says it lacks the dynamics of the other two.
Hi guys, i recently bought a Type r fn2 with 106300 km.
Today is 110k and since i bought it i had to top 1l of oil.
I drive it normal to go to work, 15km total and some vtec pulls on the weekend.
Seems a bit weird and i suspect i have to change piston rings.
Just got an unlucky CTR?