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Old 09-02-2013, 11:30 PM   #1
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CSRP Disk Brake Kit

For anyone interested in buying a CSRP front disk brake kit, I would like to share my experience. The kit arrived very quick in the mail and had a complete packing list to make sure you aren't missing any parts. All of the parts went on easily and bolted right up, with one exception. The new master cylinder in the kit has different size fittings than the oem master cylinder. I just reflared the stock hard lines that go into the master cylinder with the right size tube nut for the fittings in the new master cylinder. That was the only fitment issue. My friend and I installed the entire kit in one day, a very long day. The next day I bleed the brake lines and bedded in the new brake pads and rotors. Overall, the kit is great for the price and I would recommend it to anyone. The car stops WAY better now.

Here is a pic of the kit behind my rims
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Old 09-04-2013, 04:29 PM   #2
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Did you get the power upgrade too?
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Did you get the power upgrade too?
No, just manual.
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How does it feel... Major upgrade over drums.... Sorry I'm asking so many questions hahahaha but I've been looking at the same exact kit
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How does it feel... Major upgrade over drums.... Sorry I'm asking so many questions hahahaha but I've been looking at the same exact kit
Haha no problem. Yea there is a huge difference. Disk brakes are one of the best investments you can put into your car. You have to make sure to bed in your new brake pads and rotors though, after installation.
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Thanks for the insight... Can't wait to do it now!!!
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